Getting the most out of your agricultural investment

‘The expertise to help you choose the right ownership structure’

If you’re aiming to buy or sell land, or a farm or estate, the market is in your favour. But you want to make sure you get the most from your investment, which is where we can help.

Practical advice from an expert team

Choosing the right ownership structure can bring you a number of advantages when it comes to taxation and estate planning. It could even save you a substantial sum. We can help you choose from the options available to put the right structure in place.

  • Considering all the angles
    As our agriculture and rural business team includes property, commercial and private tax specialists, we can give you a fully rounded picture of your situation and what the next steps might be. You’ll benefit from straightforward, practical advice from a highly experienced team.
  • The main options available
    There may be financial benefits for you choosing ownership that sits with an individual, a traditional Partnership, a Limited Liability Partnership, a trust or a Limited Company. We can explain the advantages and benefits of each structure and how they work to help you make an informed choice.
  • Focused on your needs
    Our team of experts will take the time to understand your business and your objectives. That way, we can be sure that the merits of each option are clear and relevant to you.

Our credentials

Angus Williams of Royds Withy King is praised by a source for his “rural background and thorough understanding of agriculture.” He handles rural property work including farm and estates transactions and agricultural tenancies.” Chambers 2017 South West

“Royds Withy King advises lender clients on tenancy and financing matters. Angus Williams is noted for his knowledge of rural property.” Legal 500 2016 South West

Contact us now to find out how we could help you select the most appropriate ownership structure.

Your understanding of agricultural issues and potential stumbling blocks meant you had dealt with all the issues and before they arose. This was a 'first' for us and we felt the whole process was handled extremely well, we were kept informed as to the process and all the paper work was very straightforward.
Brian Thornton, Bretto Limited

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