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This term “business start-up” is used to describe the creation of a new business. When starting up in business, there are many legal issues which must be considered, including:

  • How the business is to be structured (sole trader, partnership or limited company)
  • Employment contracts and associated matters
  • Trading terms
  • Commercial contracts
  • Property matters

If the new business is to establish a UK presence for an existing foreign business, then there are additional considerations, such as immigration matters.

  • Terms and conditions
  • Business immigration
  • Partnership agreements
  • Shareholders agreements
  • International inward/outward investment

Healys Solicitors has extensive experience and expertise in advising on all kinds of business start-ups, for sole traders, partnerships, limited companies and foreign businesses coming to the UK. We can advise on all legal aspects of the matter, including company formation, employment law, trading contracts and terms of business, property law and business immigration. We also work closely with other professionals, such as accountants and tax advisers and can introduce clients to a wide network of such professionals where necessary. We take a realistic and commercial approach to a client’s needs, always ensuring that we understand the commercial needs of the new business, in order to tailor the advice and documents to best fit the client’s requirements.

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Call our London office on 020 7822 4000 or our Brighton office on 01273 685 888. You can also contact us online.
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