Edward Whittington > Moore Barlow > Southampton, England > Lawyer Profile

Moore Barlow
GATEWAY HOUSE
TOLLGATE
EASTLEIGH
SO53 3TG
England

Work Department

Rural services

Position

Edward Whittington is the firm’s managing partner and has overall executive responsibility for Moore Blatch’s business and strategic direction. As a practising lawyer he specialises in rural property; typically acting for property owning families, businesses, trusts and individuals. He has extensive experience in development land, commercial property, farms, landed estates and country homes.

Edward is also a member of the firm’s rural services team which specialises in all aspects of legal advice relating to this sector, including wills and trusts, tax and succession planning, business and partnership arrangements as well as land, property and development transactions.

Memberships

Agricultural Law Association
CLA

Lawyer Rankings

South East > Private client > Agriculture and estates

Moore Barlow offers a broad range of real estate, development and asset management advice to agriculture and estates clients across the South East. Southampton-based rural services head Sarah Jordan is a property specialist, while Lymington-based private wealth head Philip Whitcomb specialises in succession planning, asset protection, wills, tax and farming partnerships. Managing partner Edward Whittington is a Fellow of the Agricultural Law Association – other key names include property specialists Julian Parkes and senior associate Kerry Dovey.

London > Private client > Agriculture and estates

The large team at Moore Barlow works with a variety of landed estates, farmers, private landowners and equestrian businesses. With Sarah Jordan and Philip Whitcomb at the helm, the team advises on diverse issues relating to agricultural property, land development and high-value residential property. Edward Whittington is a Fellow of the Agricultural Law Association. Jordan has extensive experience in all aspects of rural property. Whitcomb specialises in agricultural succession planning, asset protection, farming partnerships and heritage law. Consultant Anita Symington is also well-regarded.