I grew up in the countryside and spent some of my summers working as a farmhand during the harvest season to save for university. Thanks to this I have the benefit of first-hand experience of the pressures faced by modern farmers. I understand the need for clear communication regarding any legal issues you might face in what can be a stressful, and at times uncertain, profession.
I like to get to know my clients, both over the phone and in person, in order to build a trusting relationship with them. My specialisms include dealing with agricultural property matters and issues arising in the agricultural and rural affairs sector.
Outside work, I am a competitive powerlifter – I compete regionally and hope to compete nationally in the future. I also enjoy spending time in the countryside with my Cocker Spaniel Mabel.
Instruct us early on – we’ll be better placed to help you the more time we have, and this can often result in saving costs
Get everything in writing, and keep a record – it’s helpful to have paperwork to refer to if you need to later on in the process
Be open and honest with us – we need to know the full facts in order to understand how your situation fits into the overall picture.
How long will it take?
It is difficult to estimate timescales as every case is different. However, we will keep you updated at every stage in the process.
How much will it cost?
Again, this is difficult to estimate as every case is different. We will, however, keep you informed of costs from the outset.