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Legal issues can be daunting for any business owner, but they don’t have to be. With help from the experts at AmicusLaw, you can navigate the legal landscape with confidence.
We pride ourselves on being specialists in providing high-quality legal services for businesses of all sizes and industries. Whether you’re a start-up looking to lay a solid foundation with expertly drafted contracts or an established company seeking resolution to complex disputes, our dedicated team is here to cater to all your business legal needs. We offer a comprehensive range of business legal advice services designed to support your business at every stage of it’s journey. We are experts in managing business purchases or sales, we offer commercial services that cover the drafting of contracts and negotiating deals and provide essential support to assist with mergers, acquisitions, and corporate governance. We also understand that changes in circumstance are common, and our team is well equipped to handle many challenging situations, whether that’s assistance with company closure, business recovery, directors managed buyouts, or commercial insolvency.
Our experience allows us to ease the legal burden off your shoulders, enabling you to focus your time and energy into the growth and success of your business.
With our committed team at your side, you can rest assured that your legal matters are taken care of.
our business legal advice services
AmicusLaw’s Business Advice Team offers a comprehensive range of services designed to safeguard and support your business ventures. We specialise in crafting and optimizing legal documents, including terms and conditions, joint venture agreements, supplier agreements, partnership agreements, intellectual property protection, trademark registration, loan agreements, and debt restructuring.
With a keen focus on minimizing risks and maximising opportunities, we provide tailored legal solutions to ensure your business operates with confidence and legal integrity.
At AmicusLaw our Corporate Services Team is dedicated to supporting your business through every stage of your business growth and transformation. We offer a comprehensive range of services, including company incorporation, strategic business planning, investment and funding guidance, company restructuring, shareholder and investment agreements, non-disclosure agreements, share sales, asset sales, loan arrangements, and expert merger advice and agreements. With our expertise, we help navigate the complex corporate landscape, ensuring your company’s success and financial well-being.
At AmicusLaw we understand that closing a company can be a challenging and emotional process. We are here to provide compassionate support and expert guidance through services such as company dissolution, strike off, and voluntary liquidation. Our experienced team will navigate the intricate legal requirements, allowing you to focus on the transition while ensuring a smooth and efficient closure of your company.
AmicusLaw offer a comprehensive suite of Business Recovery Services tailored to revitalise and safeguard your business. Our expertise includes business turnaround strategies, securing funding and refinancing options, implementing strategic restructuring, preserving crucial customer and supplier relationships, navigating debt recovery, and addressing lending issues and requirements. We help businesses recover and regain their financial stability while navigating challenging times.
We provide a range of services to support investors in business buyouts, facilitating smooth transitions and financial security.
AmicusLaw offer strategic and supportive solutions to businesses facing financial distress. Our services encompass administration, company voluntary arrangements (CVAs), and compulsory liquidation. We provide expert advice, defence, and unwavering support throughout the insolvency process, helping businesses navigate these challenges with confidence.
Corporate and Commercial Consultant
If you own a business, are self-employed or are a partner in a partnership do you have a Lasting Power of Attorney in place?
You might associate an LPA on a personal level with being poorly or suffering from a degenerative condition or disease and needing someone to look after your care and affairs, but if you own, run or part own a business, you will need one or else your business could suffer.
If you fall ill or have an accident that leaves you in a coma or long-term sick, without an LPA, your business could come to a stop. No signatory, no signing contracts, no access to bank accounts, everything coming to a grinding halt.
By putting in place a business LPA, you can give control to a business partner, trusted friend or family member who can step in and keep the business running until you can take over again.
You can give clear instructions on what you want the LPA to be able to do, e.g sign leases, access bank accounts and employ staff but not choose new suppliers, cancel contracts etc even have more than one LPA or person to carry out your role in your absence in order to spread the workload and commitment!
And once you are back to full speed, your business will be there ready for you.
We’d also suggest, once you have your business LPA in place, to check it every few years to ensure it still fulfils the need you have for it.