Dissolving a partnership or not? (or do all good things have to come to an end!)

A business transition to the next generation will often place two or more siblings in partnership. At this time, we often hear a desire from the participants to allocate land ownership, other assets and debt and split the business into separate enterprises.

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Deciding on an Operating Entity

In too many cases the operating entity of a farming business is treated as a “set and forget”. It may have served its purpose for the last 20 years or longer and everyone has got used to the status quo. This approach can have serious detrimental effects.

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Dealing with the Challenge of Age Care

A key component of any succession plan is an understanding of how the current owners will transition to retirement over time. Future Retirement Living and Aged Care is an integral part of this planning process.

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Integrating Family & Business

A Family Business is a unique business structure and we must find the delicate balance of combining the Family system and the Business system, while also keeping them separate enough to avoid conflict.

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Export Ready or Export Aspirational?

Intergenerational Succession is often a time to set a new path for the future. Australian Agribusiness has a strong overseas reputation for quality and safety and the next generation may be keen to explore the opportunities of capitalising on potential export markets.

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When is the Right Time for Succession?

Trying to determine the right time for change is one of the most challenging aspects of Succession Planning. How can we be sure all parties are ready for the next chapter in their lives?

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