Agriculture is the backbone of the Irish society and economy, and this is especially true in North Kerry & West Limerick.
That is why we have made it our purpose to help you with all aspects of rural landholdings and are ideally placed to advise you on all aspects of the law relevant to agriculture.
We know that any decision you make on your farm comes with its share of implications and that is why we have highly qualified lawyers, with a rich knowledge in agricultural law, to provide you with the legal assistance you may need.
Planning for the transfer of a farm during your lifetime or as part of a succession plan is one of our specialist areas.
We understand that, when making any decisions with your farm, it is important to consider the implications that these decisions may have on your business, including tax implications, compliance with EU Schemes and Regulations, as well as remaining compliant with the Department of Agriculture rules.
The Farming industry is unique, as it is far more than a business to those who are involved in it. It is a vocation. Farms are passed down through generations and families work hard all their lives, building up their farms to provide for their families.
The types of matters we advise on include:
- Family farm transfers (the legal and taxation issues and succession planning)
- Farm lease agreements
- Farming business partnership agreements
- Farm disputes, neighbour disputes
- Farming personal injuries
- Wills for farmers
- Rights of way
- Compulsory purchase by the National Roads Authority/local authorities.
- Wind and solar farm option agreements and leases
If you require advice on, please call us on + 353 068 28766 or email Paul Cannon or Margarita Purtill at email@example.com .