Divorce and Farming in Scotland

03 February 2022

In a new podcast, Family Law expert Lucia Clark sits down with Agriculture and Rural Partner, Matthew Barclay to discuss 'A Practical Guide to Divorce and Farming in Scotland' a first-of-its-kind guide which aims to bring clarity to farming divorce.

Scottish family lawyers are all familiar with the basic law regarding financial provision on divorce. So what makes farming divorce different from any other marital breakdown? It is especially complex, it involves advising on matrimonial and business related claims, farm land and businesses are often gifted or inherited and there's often a reluctance to sell land.

In the face of this complexity, Morton Fraser family law expert and Partner, Lucia Clark has written 'A Practical Guide to Divorce and Farming in Scotland'. Suitable for those already working in family law, accountants, land agents and other parties involved in the management and advice of farming land.

Buy your copy here, using 3F2NDW6 to receive a 10% discount.

Find out more about the book in our latest release.

If you'd like to learn more about our farming divorce services, please visit our dedicated page. 


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