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Company, shareholder and partnership disputes

Are you involved in a company, shareholder or partnership dispute ?

When people are in business together, things can go wrong and disputes arise.  Companies and partnerships are situations where two or more people enter formally into a business relationship.  At some stage, situations might arise where the parties have competing interests and there may be a lot at stake. 

In some cases there will be a shareholder agreement or a partnership agreement defining the roles, obligations and rights of the various parties.  Unfortunatley though, formalising the relationship with written agreements is usually the exception not the rule.  Even where there are formal written agreements, legal disputes can still arise which can bring the very existence of the business into question. 

If you're in business with someone and there is a dispute or you feel your interests are at stake then getting some legal advice on your position is always a good idea. 

Legal costs

As a smaller business we recognise that there will be limits on your budget and that cost-effectiveness is key.  We can potentially offer you a variety of methods to fund any work we do on your behalf.  This could be the traditional hourly rate, a fixed price fee, monthly instalments or even a no win no fee type arrangement.

How we approach your case

The starting point will be for us to take details from you, review any documents and then give you advice on your position with options on what to do next.

We appreciate that these sorts of cases can be delicate, especially where there is an ongoing busienss relationship. 

Why people turn to us for help

We aim to help a large number of businesses with their legal problems every year.  We believe we are successful because we provide :

  • Successful outcomes to problems, we’re very good at what we do.  You’re in very safe hands.
  • Value for money at reasonable rates.  We normally offer you a Fixed Price Fee so the full cost is certain from the start. 
  • You can pay us through a monthly instalment plan if you need to.    
  • When necessary we can work at short notice and pull out all the stops for you.    

The best way to find out if we can help you and if you’d like us to work for you is to pick up the phone and call us.  We’ll be happy to speak to you, listen to your problem and give you some feedback on how we might be able to help. You can contact us at any time, free and without obligation, on 0800 1777 522.


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