Our approachable, dedicated team of business law solicitors can effectively help you navigate the complexity of Company Formation, perhaps you need advice on company restructuring because you’re growing, or because you wish to be more tax efficient. Whatever the reason, we want your next step to be a success.
Company formation and restructuring – getting it right from the start
To ensure your new business structure runs smoothly from day one, we recommend regulating the relationships between business owners. We can draft and give legal advice to meet your specific needs to include:
- Shareholder agreements
- Articles of association
- Share structures
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Changing the legal structure of a firm such as ownership structure
- Exit strategies
We’re also happy to advise on employee share schemes, working closely with your financial advisers to maximise the benefits for both you and your employees.
We can also point you in the right direction for any financing requirements, details of which can be found on our corporate finance page.
Working closely with experienced team members from other areas of the law our commercial solicitors can draw on knowledge from our employment, commercial property, and litigation teams to provide a full legal service to our business clients.
Call of duties
With detailed, comprehensive information on the duties of directors, our downloadable guide is essential reading for anyone intending to become a director of a limited company for the first time, or for existing directors who wish to clarify their responsibilities. Our guide also intends to act as a useful reminder of duties and responsibilities to all existing directors.
If you need legal advice on company formation, corporate restructuring or management buyouts please contact a member of the corporate and commercial team, who will be happy to assist by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01603 598000. Appointments are available at our offices in Norwich, Diss and London or at your offices by appointment.