Expert advice on business structuring
Starting your own business can be incredibly empowering. Incubating an idea, turning it into something tangible, setting your own milestones and striking out on your own is exciting and fulfilling. It is also enormously challenging and getting the right legal advice at the start is vital.
Our family business lawyers can advise on the different types of structures and vehicles commonly used in the UK and their different commercial, legal and tax considerations. Your structure may also need to change as your business develops and matures. Thinking about this early on will help you make informed decisions about your business, potentially saving time, money and stress down the line.
Main Areas Of Practice
Our family business lawyers provide tailored advice for your business on:
Structuring your business
We have considerable experience in business structuring, taking a long-term commercial approach when working with you to find the right solution.
Business acquisition and investment
Our expert lawyers advise on a range of acquisitions and investments. At the very centre of our advice is a thorough understanding of your needs, objectives and plans for the future for you and your business.
Whether your affairs are straightforward or highly complex, Blake Morgan can help. Please contact us to discuss how we can support you and your business.
Shareholders' Agreements can help you take control over the way your business is run. Our expert lawyers take a commercial approach to get the best results both now and in the future when drafting and negotiating agreements.
Tax and succession planning
Our family business lawyers advise on all areas of tax and succession planning including Inheritance Tax and Business Property Relief.
Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney
In addition to offering traditional Will-making services, our Power of Attorney solicitors can help put a business LPA in place, meaning that your chosen attorneys can manage your company's finances and sign key documents on your behalf if you are physically or mentally unable to do so yourself.
We act for a range of business owners and entrepreneurs at every stage of their business journey.
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