Family business lawyers
Leading Lawyers for business owners and entrepreneurs
Blake Morgan’s family business lawyers act for business owners and entrepreneurs. Our corporate and private client teams work in tandem to advise on the structure that best suits your needs. We offer clients a full and seamless service, from the initial acquisition of business assets through to the structuring and implementation of longer-term strategies for tax-efficient wealth protection.
We know that every business is unique and that you need to look after your business and family in the most effective way possible in order to provide for the future. We have the experience to ensure that your commercial and personal needs are taken care of with relevant and practical family business legal advice.
We advise on all aspects of business tax, business structure, succession planning, intellectual property, contracts and agreements, and all ongoing compliance issues. Click on the pages below to find out more about the services we provide.
We act for a broad spectrum of clients, from the owners of businesses to senior directors and shareholders in tech businesses, garden centres, farmers with landed estates and property developers, to families with a portfolio of investments.
As a commercial and family business law firm, we have considerable experience in advising high net-worth individuals, entrepreneurs, business owners and families requiring advice on succession and tax, residential property or sensitive family issues.
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