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Family Law in the Rural Community
At Brachers, our family law experts recognise that relationship breakdown is an emotional and difficult time. A practical, sympathetic and understanding approach is required in order to help clients move forward. Whether you are seeking advice on divorce, financial issues or matters involving children, we work closely with you to explore the best way to help resolve issues.
We are sensitive to the wide range of problems that can arise when farms or agricultural business interests are involved and have extensive experience of dealing with them. For example, one concern might be the possibility that the farm or business may need to be sold to meet the financial demands of a divorce. This can be particularly distressing because the farm may have been in the family for generations and one or both parties may want to preserve it for future generations.
We will discuss with you the possible options and help you decide on the best way forward for your circumstances. We will help you achieve a constructive solution for you, your family, business and future generations in the most practical and efficient way possible, minimising as much as possible the impact of this stressful period on all concerned.
We have one of the largest team of specialist family lawyers in the South East who have many years’ experience of acting for farmers and land based businesses and can advise you on all aspects of family law.
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