Whether you are starting in business, expanding through acquisition, restructuring your operations, or considering your exit strategy, we can help.
Throughout the life of your business you may face a number of transactions which require careful handling and planning to ensure your commercial interests are protected. Our corporate lawyers are passionate about working with businesses small and large, using their experience, strategic know-how and level-headed approach to achieve the best possible outcomes.
As you face important decisions about the future of your business you will need a trusted adviser at your side, working for you and with you to get the best deal. Get in touch for an informal chat about how we can support you to take the next steps in your business’s journey.
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Talk to us about:
- Shareholder agreements
- Selling your business
- Partnerships and LLPs
- Mergers and acquisitions
- MBOs and MBIs
- Joint ventures
- Clubs and associations
Protecting your commercial interests, we provide a highly personalised, value-for-money service. If you would like to find out more about how our corporate solicitors can help you, contact us today for advice tailored to your organisation.
Mergers and acquisitions
We have extensive experience in providing legal and commercial advice to help you through the disposal or acquisition process. We will guide you through the complex legal process while maintaining a commercial approach to ensure your business objectives are met.
MBOs and MBIs
We frequently advise on management buyouts, actively managing the process pulling together the acquisition and funding element so that clients meet their goals with as little disruption to business as possible throughout the transactional process.
At Beswicks Legal we are experienced in structuring and negotiating joint ventures to ensure our clients’ legal and commercial interests are fully protected when entering into a new business relationship whether to exploit intellectual property, share market risk or access new markets.
Clubs and associations
It is advisable for all clubs and associations to have in place constitutional documents and rules which are not unnecessarily cumbersome but do adequately ensure the smooth-running of the club.
If you are setting up a new club or association consider also the various other alternative structures which may be available, in light of the risk of personal liability which attaches to the officers of a club.
Your questions... answered
How do I go about selling my business?
The key is early preparation. Once you have decided you want to sell, you s
What are the differences between an MBO and an MBI?
A management buyout (MBO) is a purchase by the firm’s management team. A
What is the difference between general partnership and an LLP?
A general partnership is an arrangement between two or more people who come
What is due diligence?
Due diligence is a comprehensive appraisal of a business, which is carried