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Farming Disputes

Farm Inheritance Disputes 

We advise on:

  • Loved ones being “left out” of a will, or not being adequately provided for from the deceased’s estate;
  • Contesting the validity of a will;
  • Promises broken in the provision actually made under the deceased’s will;
  • Disputes between the executor(s) named under the will and beneficiaries of the estate;
  • Advising on the administration of a deceased person’s estate; Acting as neutral administrator of an estate where parties are in dispute.
  • Problems can happen due a lack of clear arrangements, no will ( an intestacy) and is so  a poorly written one. Another common reason for inheritance disputes within farming families is broken promises. It’s not uncommon for relatives to make informal agreements about who will inherit what, or who will run the farm after they’re gone. Unfortunately, these agreements are not always honoured.

For more information on farming disputes please read here.