Before going into business with co-owners, it is important to seek legal advice. A shareholders’ agreement sets out the key terms of your relationship and will help to reduce the potential for disagreements. A shareholders’ agreement also puts in place a mechanism for dealing with disagreements without the need for expensive, stressful and risky court proceedings.
Our Corporate and Commercial Solicitor, Leena Patel, recently detailed the importance of a shareholders’ agreement in the interest of protecting your business. You can view Leena’s video:
We are currently offering a fixed fee shareholders’ agreement service plus a complementary 30-minute free consultation on estate planning with a member of our Private Client Team (an accredited member of the Law Society’s Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS)).
This means that, when you instruct us to prepare your shareholders’ agreement, not only will you benefit from a fixed price but, upon us starting the work, we will provide your details to the Private Client Team who will contact you to arrange your free 30-minute consultation. Full details can be found here.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Leena on 020 8305 3539.