Legal advice for when you want to exit your business
You’ve worked hard to build up your business, but at some point, you will want to retire or move on from it. It can be tricky to envisage how this will work, when your skills and know-how are such an integral part of the business.
You need a strategy in place to ensure that you can realise the full value of the business you have built up.
We’ve helped many successful business owners to achieve a managed and profitable exit from their business, from management buy-outs through to passing the business on to family members or through a sale.
HELP FOR ALL STAGES OF YOUR BUSINESS
A collaborative approach
Our multi-disciplinary approach (our corporate solicitors and private client teams work collaboratively together) gives us a unique vantage point from which your business can benefit – we see the whole picture. We’re also used to working collaboratively with other professionals such as accountants and wealth managers, to help achieve your goals without overcomplicating things.
Prepare for the unexpected
Your day-to-day involvement in the business may be key to its success. We can also help you plan for what might happen should something happen to you as an individual, and you’re no longer able to run the business. Our commercial team work closely with our private client team to protect your business interests and ensure that those who you love and who rely upon you are protected.
We are a ‘go-to advisor’ whether you’re a large corporate or an owner-managed business.
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