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The divorce process: What farming families need to know

The farm can be one of the most treasured family assets. In many cases, the farming way of life will have been passed down through the generations and as such the farm often forms the hub of the family. However, when couples divorce after a long marriage, all assets are placed into one ‘matrimonial pot.’…

Important new changes to Inheritance Tax from 1 January 2022

HM Revenue & Customs- (HMRC) have recently announced they will be changing the reporting requirements in respect of deceased persons’ estates. Chartered Legal Executive, Kat King discusses the changes that will take affect from 1st January 2022 and who will be affected by these changes. First, it is important to highlight that these changes are…

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MOGERS DREWETT CLIENTS JANUARY 2021

  Following the Government’s announcement regarding a third National lockdown commencing Tuesday 5th January, we want to reassure our clients and professional partners that it remains business as usual for everyone at Mogers Drewett. Our absolute number one priority is the safety of both our clients and staff and following a comprehensive review of our…

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MOGERS DREWETT CLIENTS

Following the Government’s announcement regarding a second National lockdown commencing Thursday 5th November, we want to reassure our clients and professional partners that it remains business as usual for everyone at Mogers Drewett. Our absolute number one priority is the safety of both our clients and staff and following a comprehensive review of our Covid…

Welcome back to our offices

As we welcome clients back into our offices we understand that after a few months at home this might be a little daunting. Our ‘What to expect’ video, we hope, will answer any questions you may have and help put your mind at rest that your safety and that of our teams is our priority….

Access to riverbanks: a word of warning

As many local swimming pools remain closed and temperatures rise, figures suggest that more of us are heading to Britain’s rivers to enjoy some ‘wild swimming’ As a result there has been much media comment and speculation recently about public access being granted to rivers, streams, and lakes. Some commentators give the misleading impression that…

Is a change to Agricultural Property Relief inevitable?

Agricultural Property Relief (APR) and Business Property Relief (BPR) are both ways of passing on assets without needing to pay Inheritance Tax (IHT). The reliefs can currently achieve up to a 100% tax saving, meaning assets that fall into these categories – such as family businesses, AIM shares, agricultural land and farm buildings – can…

The importance of succession planning for the farming community

  The emergence and rapid escalation of Covid-19 has over the last few months, amongst other things, made us all rethink the precautions we have in place to protect our assets. Having a succession plan in place will not only help to secure business continuity but also help prevent a lot of heartache for loved…

Public Rights of Way & Covid-19

As we all continue to do our bit to help slow the spread of coronavirus and stay at home, never has our daily exercise been more important both for our physical and mental wellbeing. While this has led to the discovery of new public footpaths for many, it has also caused implications for associated landowners….

Mogers Drewett Celebrate Food and Farming

Mogers Drewett is delighted to sponsor this year’s Western Daily Press Food and Farming Awards and in particular, the brand-new Family Food & Farming Business of the Year category. This is a category very close to the firm as they have a long history of serving family businesses in the region. Mogers Drewett has a…