In general, the structure of the partnership is that each family member is a partner and can include minor children. An additional layer of protection is required for underage children, as they are not able to hold assets directly and a simple trust must be established to maintain their share until the age of 18. Each partner brings capital to the partnership. The capital managed by each partner determines its respective partnership shares. It is worth using the exemption thresholds for children and either giving money to children or putting assets into the partnership up to the value of the donation tax thresholds. It is possible to structure capital contributions so that children have a greater share of partnerships. It is also possible to distinguish between partners with respect to capital/income rights based on the amount of value to be obtained for children. Children`s shares can give them to the majority of the return on investment, so that they will all, if not the largest, the future value or return of the assets held by the partnership, which would avoid future taxes on capital acquisitions that would otherwise be generated if you gave them the wealth in the future. It is also possible to require that children be entitled to the potential growth of asset capital beyond a certain value and, on the basis that children are not entitled to a direct partnership asset in the first place, it could be argued that such a requirement has a relatively low value. It is important that all parties bring, on the first day, the full value or consideration of their right (i.e., the amounts of capital they first gave must be so that they can acquire all the rights or rights conferred on them as part of their partnership share). For the financial and commercial benefits mentioned above to be an application, the partnership must be properly constituted and adapted to the circumstances, whether it be family investments or agricultural investments. This is why it is important that an agreement is properly drawn up and that specific provisions are clearly defined in order to avoid any possible ambiguity or conflict between the partners.

partnerships, as agreements can be tailored to different needs, which offer versatility and flexibility, provided an adequate planning process is followed. Well-written partnerships have been very successful in Ireland, the key being that a registered agricultural partnership must operate under certain conditions, as provided for by the 2015 SI 247, and the associated requirements for registering partnerships on farms. The Department of Agriculture, Food and Marine intends to inform all agricultural advisors and those who wish to apply to be registered in the ministry`s Farm Partnership Register that it intends to move to a paperless system for all registered partnership applications. In the event that no agricultural relief applies (z.B. if the child is not qualified as a "farmer"), another landfill may apply, i.e. tax relief on farm transfers.