Shareholder and Partnership agreements and Director’s Contracts protect you against changing circumstances
No-one ever thinks they need a shareholder agreement, but in our experience, they are essential to protect your investment and set out what should happen when certain situations arise.
When setting up a business, buying an existing business or changing the status of your commercial venture, we strongly recommend that you have a shareholder or equivalent agreement in place. The agreement regulates the relationship between the business owners and outlines what will happen if things change (as they always will) and sets out what needs to happen in specific circumstances.
Fixed Fee Options
The majority of our work in this area can be done on a fixed, capped or retainer basis.
For a no obligation consultation or quotation please contact Richard Moore or John Sim