The beginning a new business adventure
This advice includes:
- the division and ownership of shares
- the appointment of directors
- draft terms and conditions of business
Furthermore, there are important factors to take into account when starting up a business which can be specific to your business. We can advise our clients on shareholder and partnership agreements, choosing premises, contract terms and conditions, handling employees and finances.
We can also deal with the incorporation of limited companies at Companies House and set out protection of intellectual property rights.
Most efficient firm I have had dealings with in Hereford.
How can we assist with the financial element of your new business
Throughout a new business set up, we will liaise closely with your business and your accountants. This is to ensure that the proposed entity is as efficient as possible from a tax and operational perspective.
Why is it important to seek legal advice?
There are many important elements to setting up a business so it’s easy to lose track.
Our solicitors can assist you throughout the process to ensure nothing is missed which could put you and your business at risk of legal action being taken against you in the future.
This would likely to result in litigation which will leave you inundated with high expenses.
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I have been practising law for over a decade both in-house and in private practice. There are always people who need a helping hand with the legal issues surrounding Commercial Law and I enjoy helping them to overcome any obstacles in the way of them reaching a resolution.
“The legal process, from beginning to end, can be a very daunting experience for anybody. My aim is to provide clear and effective advice and support to my clients, no matter the circumstance or legal issue, in order to reach the best outcome for them”.
“I work as a solicitor because I have an expertise gained over a number of years of practice in negotiating and drafting agreements to ensure all of my client interests are met. I promote the use of more ‘plain English’ and less legal jargon in legal agreements”.