The biggest problem with business partnerships is that often these are left to trust and unfortunately issues can occur that end up being expensive. Specialist advice at the start can help avoid problems occurring.
Great business success is so often based on great relationships, on rock solid partnerships.
Which is why it makes sense to lay out your partnership agreements as clearly as possible.
No confusion, no delusion, no misunderstandings or misinterpretations.
After all, the last thing anyone needs is a complex, high stake dispute over profit share or liability, a disagreement over client ownership or difficulties caused by ambiguously or poorly worded Partnership deeds. Especially when you could have used an expert Partnership lawyer to write your agreement in the first place.
Are you a Limited Company director and plan to join a partnership? You may want to set up your own firm. Perhaps you’re an equity or salaried Partner in a law or accountancy firm. You could be a doctor, dentist or architect, a member of a hedge fund or private equity Partnership.
Whatever your circumstances, the benefits of using a specialist team, a team skilled in mediation, arbitration and partner dispute resolution, are many and invaluable.
Talk to us.
We’re perfectly placed to advise on all aspects of partnership – the setting up, joining, smooth running and ultimate dissolution or departure from a professional Partnership.
Partnership specialities that include:
- setting up a Partnership or LLP
- joining an existing Partnership paying considerable attention to the vital provisions covering control, profit share, voting rights, appeals, and termination
- advice on your expected fiduciary duties to your fellow partners
- partnership disputes
- how to leave or force another partner to leave a partnership
So whether you want to draw up an agreement, maximise compensation, or negotiate to protect reputations, we’ve everything you need to do it both highly effectively and cost effectively too.
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