Agricultural divorces can be “notoriously difficult to resolve” (Wilson J in R v R  FLR 98). There is often a departure from equality in farming divorces due to the non-matrimonial nature of some farming assets. For example, a farm that has been gifted, inherited and/or in the family for generations, in the expectation that it […]Read More
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