Barker Son & Isherwood - Andover, Hampshire
Running a business can be a legal minefield. Especially as a start-up, as there are so many things that need to be completed correctly. These include the setup of the business and the appointment of the directors, just to name but a few.
If these are not right at the outset, this can cause problems later on. So it is worth spending a little more time researching which parts of company law are applicable to you and seeking professional help with your business.
This also applies when your business has been operating for some time but needs to make changes to key personnel or change the share options for example.
Call us now on 01264 353411 to find out more about how we can help.
Types of Company Law
We can advise on any issues that may affect you within your business such as:
Registration of a limited company
Articles of association
Change of name
Transfer of shares
- Dissolution of partnerships
Removal of directors
Dissolution of the business
These are a few of the more common queries we deal with, but if you have any other legal issues in your business, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Why Choose Barker Son & Isherwood?
You can rely on us to provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision about the changes you need to make to your business, or if you are a start-up, what structure and legal documents you need in place.
Using all our experience, our expert team will be on hand to give you regular updates on progress and you will be given your solicitor’s direct dial telephone number and their email address so you can get in touch with them whenever you choose.
Our cost structure is transparent, with options to discuss such as fixed or capped fees so call us now to find out more about how we can help.
For more information about how we can help you with your company structure, share options and director or partnership appointments, please do get in touch with us.
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