Helping you to put the right legal building blocks in place to get your new business off to a flying start
SETTING UP A BUSINESS
Setting up a new business is an exciting career step, but it is crucial to have all the correct legal building blocks in place to set you off on the right track. There are many legal implications to consider when starting and running a business, so it is important to seek expert legal advice from the outset to ensure you have all the correct documents and contracts in place.
Our approach to start-up businesses
Bray & Bray’s team of experts are on hand to provide trusted professional advice and will support you in building a legally sound business. Our advice will be tailored to your business, taking into account your sector and the legal considerations associated with it.
As part of our initial advice on the setting up of your business, we are happy to directly introduce you to our extensive network of other relevant professionals across the Midlands, from accountants to insurance brokers.
We use our extensive experience to advise small and start-up businesses on a variety of matters, including:
- Incorporation – becoming a limited company, sole trader, partnership or limited liability partnership (LLP)
- Shareholder and partnership agreements
- Employment contracts
- Restrictive covenants
- Business financing options
- Terms and conditions of sale
To speak with one of our specialist corporate and commercial solicitors, please call 0116 254 8871 or alternatively you can click the contact us button and email your enquiry using the contact form.
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