The Law Society have today published an article confirming what we have seen here at Fishers in the past few years, in that the number of inheritance disputes heard in the High Court has increased dramatically. It is suspected that the rise is due to...
Shareholder & Partnership Agreements
At Fishers, we know that all too often disputes can arise between business partners and shareholders Given the risks involved with starting a business, and the disputes that can occur down the line, we believe a strong business needs a strong agreement from day one. If you are looking to create an agreement with your shareholders or business partner, get in touch today with our solicitors in Tamworth or Ashby de la Zouch.
A shareholder or partnership agreement that covers all the necessary grounds in order for all partners or shareholders to share the same expectations.
A shareholder or partnership agreement is a written agreement between either the shareholders or the partners of a business detailing specifics on funding, management, owner responsibilities, direction and structure of the business.
In order to minimise the potential for conflict and reduce the risk of uncertainty in the future, we believe that it’s vital for a business to come to an agreement on these fundamental issues as early as possible.
Each business is unique, and so too is each agreement. That’s why we believe it’s paramount to listen and understand your needs and concerns before drawing up an agreement. From professional advice on business strategy to the drafting of the agreement, Fishers shareholder and partnerships agreement solicitors will ensure that your partners or shareholders have the peace of mind to proceed and succeed.
Services we offer
- Drafting agreements
- Reviewing agreements
- Business strategy advice
- Cross Option Agreements
- Partnership Agreements
Get in touch
For further information on any of the above services or to book an appointment with one of our shareholder and partnership solicitors please call your nearest office or complete the enquiry form and a member of our team will be in touch.
- Charles Killin