Every day, I help buy, sell and restructure businesses, making the process as smooth as possible for my clients. When you work with me, I consider myself part of your team, and make myself available at all times to ensure we get the deal over the line.
I’ve been working in the corporate team for a long time – I know what I’m doing, and I do it well. I’ve worked with all types of businesses, from smaller owner-managed companies to PLCs. No matter who I’m working with, I put things into simple, easy-to-understand language, and I always try and find a better approach or a solution you might not have considered.
Don’t be put off by cost – it’s important, but it shouldn’t be the sole factor when choosing a solicitor. Knowledge, personality and the ability to get the job done should be top of the list.
Trust your legal adviser – we have a wealth of experience, and we’ll always provide you with the best advice possible.
Company secretarial matters, such as statutory books, are really important when it comes to corporate transactions, so shouldn’t be neglected.
Do you have a standard shareholders’ agreement?
No, because there is no such thing. Due to the differing share percentages involved and the relationship between the parties, every agreement is different, and we tailor each agreement to suit the specific needs of each client.
What are statutory books?
Statutory books are the official records of the company, and are usually kept at the company’s registered office. Statutory books are a legal requirement under the Companies Act.
“The sale seemed an extremely daunting and challenging ordeal from the outset, which, thanks to the professional and efficient help and services supplied by Alison, Mandip and Dan, was taken entirely in their stride and proficiently executed making the entire experience a lot easier than we had ever anticipated. I would not hesitate to engage the team again in future, if an opportunity arose.”view full case study
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