“They know what they’re doing and understand our business. We wouldn’t trust anyone else.” - S.Blades, Beef and Sheep Farmer, Lancashire
The agricultural sector is increasingly dominated by large corporations and subject to volatile international markets. To compete in this challenging environment, farmers and business owners may need to engage in careful business planning that will help them become more efficient or help them to find a profitable niche in the market.
JWK’s Agricultural and Rural Law Team have knowledge and experience in agribusiness across both the livestock and arable sectors. Whether your agribusiness is local or nationwide, our specialist agricultural lawyers are committed to helping your business succeed. We can advise you how to structure your business and draw up plans for development or diversification.
Whatever the challenges facing your business, JWK Solicitors can help you to secure a successful, sustainable future for your farm and your family.
JWK can help you with:
- Partnership formation
- Partnership dissolution
- Alternative business structures, joint ventures and share farming
- Diversification schemes
- Professional negligence
- Wills and trusts
- Compulsory purchase and compensation
With offices in Lancaster and Morecambe, JWK Solicitors are ideally placed to support farmers and landowners across the North West.
JWK can help you. Get in touch today
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