You want independence. You’ve dreamed about it forever. Now the time is right, your business plan is taking shape and there’s a million Things on your Things To Do List.
Here’s where we can help.
Starting your own business
Naturally when you decide to go it alone or take the next steps toward business growth, you’ll want to do everything properly in order to give you the best possible chance.
That’s why now is the perfect time to get some great, knowledgeable legal advice about starting or expanding your business.
The last thing you need is for some overlooked legal requirement to reveal itself later and trip you up somehow, particularly if it was something a lawyer has seen many times...if only you’d have taken legal advice before you started!
At QualitySolicitors, our network of law firms can advise you on the legal implications of starting or expanding to make sure you’ve got all the bases covered.
Can you be sure you’ve considered all the legal implications?
It’s possible that our legal advice could make a real positive difference to how your company operates and grows.
For example, you’ve probably given some thought regarding whether you’ll trade as a limited company, partnership or sole trader. If you have, then you may know there are different ways of managing your trading income to legally minimise the tax you pay and even maximise the income you receive.
Additionally, do you have customer terms and conditions that will protect you from unnecessary losses? What kinds of employment laws are there if you want to employ staff? What health and safety considerations need to be made in your workplace?
Finding the right lawyer can ensure you make the right legal choices to maximise your revenue and minimise the risk of falling foul of any laws and regulations, in the short-, medium-, and long-term.
And the best part is, when you contact QualitySolicitors your first advice (to clarify how we can help) is free, and we can subsequently offer initial face-to-face consultancy for only £99 to get your legal advice started.