Agriculture

Supporting Farming Communities From The Ground Up

Kirwans is recognised nationally by many farmers as the law firm to turn to in their hour of need.

With increasing regulation, compliance, tax issues, land matters, health & safety and retirement there are many factors affecting the farming community. Whatever the issues Kirwans have a team of legal experts ready to assist.

Led by Senior Partner David Kirwan, the team understand the legal challenges the farming community can face and with over 42 years experience in dealing with high profile cases, provide the expertise and peace of mind you need to protect your livelihood that allows you to prepare for the future.

We understand that farmers do not operate within the standard 9-5 world, therefore we offer 24/7 access to a legal specialist who understands your requirements.

Together with our team of core advisors, including veterinary experts and specialist counsel, we can provide you with the trusted advice you need.

Kirwans represent clients throughout the UK acting for farmers facing prosecution by Trading Standards or DEFRA investigations.

We have a wealth of expertise in dealing with property and land matters and can provide you with specialist advice on tax, wills, trusts and probate.

In addition we have vast experience in employment and health and safety matters. Whether you have a contractual dispute with farming suppliers or a boundary and land dispute, make Kirwans your destination.

To learn more about how we can help you contact our Agriculture Team today on 0800 525 035.

 

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What our clients say...

We can only say how grateful we are for all your efforts and for those of the team. Without reserve we would recommend your services to anyone with similar problems.

Major Tom Smith of Denbigh