Disputes are inevitable from time to time, and when they take place in the rural environment they can have particular characteristics, whether involving agriculture, land, commercial, family or personal issues.
Disputes over land and land-rights can be complicated, and there are often close relationships between the protagonists who can be members of the same family, close neighbours or part of the local community and these need understanding and carefully handling.
A number of disputes arise because of a lack of understanding or consideration of the difference between rural and urban cultures.
Unfortunately a substantial number of disputes also arise from, succession, inheritance and ownership issues in family businesses
We are used to dealing with a wide range of disputes, including:
We have specialists, several who come from rural or farming backgrounds, who can help you.
If you would like to discuss any issues relating to land and rural disputes call Matthew Hill