Starting a new business can be scary. But it can also be lots of fun.
Hiring and working with a lawyer is often confusing and daunting, especially if you’ve never done it before. But when you’re starting a business, it’s crucial. With the right expertise on your side, you can feel confident you’ve got your legal ducks in a row as you’re getting down to business.
If you want to explore the benefits of having a great lawyer on your team, let’s kick things off with a no-obligation chat on 1300 654 590.
How we can help you
Having the right structure for your business from day one is very important. As you build up value in your business, your objectives may change and you need to be ready to take advantage of new opportunities. Sometimes it makes commercial sense to invest a little more upfront to save on re-doing things later on.
We can help you lay the right foundations, including:
- Establishing an appropriate trading structure, whether sole trader, partnership, company, trust or a more sophisticated structure;
- Providing advice on the key issues that may affect your business in your particular industry and helping you develop strategies to deal with those issues; and
- Assisting you to clearly understand and record your arrangements with other people that are involved in starting your business, including: Commercial Leases; Partnership Agreements; Shareholder Agreements; Funding/ Investment Agreements; Employment Agreements and Business Succession Agreements.
Our approach is to be pragmatic and efficient so that you can get your business up and running sooner.
Call us on 1300 654 590 to get us involved in the success of your business.
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