Starting a new business and watching it evolve can be very exciting, but it can feel like a daunting process with various legal and procedural hurdles that must be adhered to. It is essential to make sure the business is properly formed and all documentation is complied with to shield the owners of the company from personal liability.
Our lawyers will ensure your business is correctly set up and protected from the point of its formation. To discuss how we can help you and your business venture,complete the online enquiry form or email us at email@example.com.
Types of business structures
Various types of business formation can be used, including:
- Sole trader
- Limited Company
- Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
Each structure has its own advantages and disadvantages, and our commercial lawyers can discuss these with you to ensure that you make the best decision for your particular circumstances and needs. We will also discuss arrangements with clients such as joint ventures and the formation of groups of companies where applicable.
Choosing the right business structure
When determining the correct formation for your business, certain questions should be addressed, such as:
- Who will the officers be and what will their various rights and responsibilities be?
- Who will be able to own shares and what will their rights be?
- Where will the office be located (including the headquarters and registered office)?
- What will the financial structure be for the business?
We can help clients set up their company and can advise on the best corporate structure in their circumstances as well as assisting the officers on day-to-day matters relating to the running of the business.
Contact our Company Formations Lawyers in the UK
Our specialist lawyers can help clients with the numerus issues that they will face when starting a new business. Our advice and support will be specific to the needs and requirements of our client and will explain the best model in their circumstances to offer maximum protection from the outset.
We have extensive knowledge and experience of regulations that apply on both a local as well as multinational level. If you require further information or assistance, please complete the online enquiry form or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.