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Helen Deady, Senior Solicitor, Agriculture and Estates

Agriculture and Rural Affairs

Direct Dial: 01604 463124
Mobile: 07584 015 583

A bit about me

I am an experienced lawyer practising in the agricultural and rural business sector. With so much variety and changing regulation, and clients ranging from farmers and landowners to landed estates and businesses, this industry requires a sharp eye, cultural understanding, and a commitment to seeing things through.

I am a proactive and quick to respond lawyer with strong listening skills. I enjoy working as part of a team to ensure that every angle of an issue is covered for my clients. It’s my job to extract all the relevant facts and get the client on the right track from the outset. I enjoy nothing more than getting a deal completed for my client on their best possible terms.

I advise clients on a variety of rural matters including purchases, sales and mortgages. I also deal with complex first registration applications at HM Land Registry, including large estates and farms as well as utilities services, commercial leases, overages, easements and agricultural tenancies.

Outside of work, I remain passionate about farming and environmental matters, as well as enjoying cycling and walking in the countryside.

 

Want to know more?

Don’t hesitate to ask questions if you are unsure on anything in a transaction.

Keep your lawyer informed throughout the transaction with any new information.

Provide as much information as possible at the outset of a transaction and inform your lawyer of your objectives.

What’s the best way to communicate with you?

Whatever suits you best: face-to-face, phone, email, text, Zoom.

How long will it take to complete on a sale or purchase?

Usually 8–12 weeks, but it can vary depending on the circumstances of the matter.

What are your fees?

Fees vary from matter to matter, but an estimate is given at the outset and is reviewed throughout.

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