Nalders Solicitors has advised the agricultural sector in Cornwall for over 225 years. We understand the opportunities and challenges facing farmers and landowners. Many of the rural families we work with have been with us for generations.
Local law firm, personalised service
We are a full-service law firm. Therefore, when it comes to agricultural law matters, we can provide a one-stop-shop, looking after the commercial and private side of farming and estate life.
Nalders Solicitors assist all types of rural clients; from large estates through to small holdings and lifestyle farmers. We assist with all agricultural law matters, including:
- Buying and selling land
- Farming partnerships, structures, and farm business tenancies
- First registration of farms
- Succession planning
- Wills and Estates
- Trusts and tax planning
- Employment law
- Distribution, Supplier and Consumer Contracts
- Farming disputes
- Equestrian property, sales, and purchases
We come to you
We understand how exceptionally busy those working in the agricultural sector are. Nalders Solicitors has eight offices located throughout Cornwall and our solicitors can also make farm visits.
As one of the oldest law firms in the South West, we have connections with many of the agricultural societies, estate agents and accountants in Cornwall.
Our solicitors offer pragmatic, relaxed, straightforward legal advice, designed to ensure your rural holding and activities continue to operate successfully through the generations.
To find out more about how the team at Nalders Solicitors assists the agricultural sector in the West Country and beyond, call to make an appointment on 01872 241414.
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