Date(s) - 22/10/2020
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


A seedling being passed from old hands to young hands to represent farm succession planning

Join us online on Thursday 22nd October at 7pm to hear from Alison Hall, Partner and Richard Marshall, Senior Associate from Hay & Kilner Law Firm, who will take us through the key considerations of Farm Succession Planning.

The impact of the Coronavirus has been felt far and wide in every aspect of life and death. Since the announcement of lockdown in March, financial support from the Government had been very welcomed but the true cost of this has yet to be felt.

Already there are suggestions that changes to Inheritance Tax and Capital Gains Tax exemptions and reliefs will be made to help raise revenues to plug the gap in recent Government spending. Arguably there has never been a more important time to consider Succession Planning to ensure everything that can be done to mitigate Inheritance Tax is in place

This event will therefore look at the key considerations for Farm Succession planning, with a focus on business structures and asset ownership and how with expert advice, farmers can plan to minimise Inheritance Tax and ensure that assets pass through to the correct family members on death.

Hay & Kilner are committed to meeting the different needs of all clients and contacts and has developed high levels of service which they consistently deliver. They have a team of expert solicitors who provide advice to their clients involved in agricultural land and farming or related rural activities.

Farm Succession Planning is open to non-members of Rural Business Network.  Register now.



This event is fully booked.