Farming Family Divorce

Divorce is never easy but when the divorce involves a person who has inherited assets that may have been in their family for multiple generations it can become even more complicated. On divorce, courts will divide the assets between the couple in a way that it deems fair. Inherited farms can be ring-fenced but the court will ensure that the other spouse is provided for and so property and land may have to be transferred or disposed of.

Our family solicitors have extensive experience in helping farming families with:

For more information please see our relationship and family matters page.

How our farming family divorce solicitors can help you:

  • Provide an initial no-obligation consultation to ensure you understand all of the issues you will need to consider and help you decide which option is best for you
  • Help you to understand the financial implications you will face
  • Prepare the paperwork and advise you throughout the process from start to finish
  • Ensure any financial agreement reached is full and final to avoid any uncertainty and risks in the future

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