Warners Solicitors reappointed as NFU panel firm for East Sussex and Kent

Warners Solicitors is pleased to announce that it has been reappointed as a legal panel firm by the NFU, the representative body for agriculture and horticulture in England and Wales.


Michael McNally

The law firm was reappointed following an extensive re-selection process to cover the counties of East Sussex and Kent.

Warners offer all NFU farmer & grower members a discount on its usual legal fees. It also provides specialist services to members, including a Legal Health Check, which helps identify concerns or legal matters that may need to be addressed and a Contract Checking Service to help members understand the implications of any contract before they agree to it.

As a rural practice, Warners has a long-established relationship with farmers, landowners and landed estates, having acted for several generations of farming families for over 200 years. Warners offers a range of legal services, including agricultural property, succession planning, dispute resolution, employment law, and commercial and family matters.

Michael McNally, Partner at Warners said: “We are very pleased to have been reappointed as the NFU’s panel firm for Kent and East Sussex.  Warners has always acted for a large number of farms and estates and greatly values its rural and agricultural work.  The NFU connection has enabled us to extend further our work for the agricultural sector and to better serve the interests of farmers and growers. “

NFU South East Regional Director William White said: “It’s great to see the re-appointment of Warners Solicitors to the NFU Legal Assistance Scheme solicitors panel serving East Sussex and Kent farmers and growers.  The Warners team have worked very hard to build a strong relationship and profile with our local staff teams and the NFU members they advise and the feedback on their specialist advice has been really positive. Warners work well alongside Thrings Solicitors, the other panel firm in the region and we look forward to developing this association into the future.”

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