Partnership and shareholders agreements

Setting up a business requires some thought on the most appropriate legal structure. Whatever the agreement, Norton Peskett  ensures the rights of those involved are properly taken care of.

There are several forms in which you can trade. Some are more complicated than others. Every business owner needs to consider which arrangement is the most appropriate for them. Partnership agreements are a popular way to form a business. There are different partnership agreements, so it helps to know the difference. Shareholder agreements set out certain agreements made between the business owners. These can be used to regulate ownership and voting rights. They can make provision for how capital contributions are to be made or how disputes between shareholders are to be resolved.

At Norton Peskett, our knowledge of business agreements allows you to make the right choice. Our lawyers can be trusted to explain the benefits and risks of each. We explain matters in plain English, not legal jargon. Our aim is to make your decision the best one for your business. So if you’re looking for expert legal advice for your business, call us today on 01493 849200.

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