New Zealand is proud to have approximately 2,800 kiwifruit growers providing overseas purchasers and us with delicious fruit each year. However, that doesn’t mean we will always have the same
2,800 kiwifruit growers.
Life situations change, kiwifruit growers retire, and some, sadly, pass away. Have you made arrangements for your death and the succession of your kiwifruit orchard for the next generation? BlackmanSpargo Rural Law lawyers can help with this process.
We have several years of experience forming estate and succession plans for farmers and kiwifruit orchard owners. Our consultant, Ian Blackman has even written a book on this very subject for farmers, accountants, and lawyers, titled ‘Keeping Farming in the Family – a guide to farm succession
, which you can learn more about here
BlackmanSpargo Rural Law are leaders in the complex field of estate and succession planning, so get in touch to find out how we can help.