Being a corporate lawyer means I get to know the ins and outs of my clients’ businesses. I enjoy working through problems collaboratively and creatively with my clients to reach their goals. Having a client-centric approach while taking a holistic view allows me to break your problems down into component parts and help you solve them more easily.
In my career to date I’ve worked with a range of business owners who are looking to sell, partnership and owner-managed businesses. I have worked with clients in sectors as varied as financial services and insurance to the manufacturing and construction sectors.
Out of work, I enjoy travelling, photography, running and indoor cycling – I have too many injuries from the outdoor kind!
Tell us candidly what you want and when you want to achieve it. It’s much easier to discuss and meet (or exceed) your expectations when we know what they are.
Allow us to get involved and know your business early on. See us as a business adviser and part of your team, not ‘just’ your lawyer.
Be open and honest with us. We’re not here to judge, and you’ll get much better value out of us when you know all the facts.
How soon is too soon to start talking to you?
If you think we can help, please tell us. Be frank about what you want to achieve and when, and how you think we can help; we’re always happy to get to know you and your business.
Is there anyone apart from you that I need to be speaking to?
Some matters are more involved than other’s and it’s important you start thinking about who you need on your team from the outset. This can be people both inside and outside your business. If you have an accountant or tac adviser, it’s often useful to have their input. We’ll help you identify your key players depending on your needs. You can help is by telling us what you want to achieve.