|The bank, financial planners, accountants, and production advisers all play a significant role in a farm’s development into a thriving business. Solicitors too play an important role throughout this process and during succession planning. For many people, succession planning remains slightly taboo. But when done well, it can be an energising process – one that resets a family business and positions it to be great for many generations to come.
In this session, Claire Booth, Senior Associate with Duffy Elliot Lawyers, explores how we can assist clients through this process. She also takes a closer look at leases, releasing equity to off-farm kids, and how clients can manage the slow corporatisation of the family farm.This recorded webinar was originally captured during the 2021 Rural Issues Conference.
|29 October 2021|
|Claire Booth, Senior Associate, Duffy Elliott Lawyers|
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Sharing the wealth with on-farm and off-farm kids - recorded webianr
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