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Commercial Agreement Solicitors
Our Commercial Agreement Solicitors provide expert advice to clients around drafting the necessary paperwork for your business. It is vital to have written agreements to minimise future risks, and our team will provide bespoke contracts which are tailored towards your needs.
We will guide you through the process, simplifying complex explanations and being clear with communication. We pride ourselves on being open, professional and dedicated and we will work tirelessly to meet your requirements. Our solicitors are very knowledgeable around the technicalities of the law so whatever the size of your business, we can help you with any Commercial Agreement matter.
Since 2005, we have gained a reputation for offering responsive and reliable legal services. We aim to be transparent from the very start so that is why we offer fixed fees for many of our services to ensure that you are clear on costs from the outset.
There are many day-to-day legalities involved in running a business, so whether it is brand new contracts or ongoing legal expertise that you require, do not hesitate to get in touch with us.
Why are Commercial Agreements important?
Commercial Agreements are vital so that you have written evidence of terms set out. This helps to minimise future arguments between parties and acts as a reference to refer back to. These contracts ultimately set up the relationship between two or more parties, covering a wide range of situations and people from customers, co-shareholders and co-partners.
These agreements can also be used to identify potential risks to parties, leading to them protecting against this through gaining insurance. It is also important that these agreements are updated at a later day if circumstances change.
Ultimately, the main aim of drafting contracts is to give your business legal protection if things were to go wrong. It tries to direct as many of the risks to the other party within the agreement without this leading to damaging the commercial relationship.
Do you need a solicitor for Commercial Agreements?
The short answer is yes. The purpose of a solicitor in drafting Commercial Agreements is to produce a document which has the most clarity so it will be upheld in a Court, if that were to occur.
If the document is too vague, it may not legally be classed as a contract, and even if it is, uncertainties could lead to a potential lawsuit.
Our solicitors will produce a detailed, well-drafted contract to avoid differences of interpretations between parties. We will also account for terms where the law is not clear, through including express provisions to avoid ambiguity. The language we use throughout will also be clear to ensure that all parties understand the terms before entering into the agreement.
What Commercial Agreement Services do we offer?
Partnership Agreement: This is drafted when there is a business partnership, to ensure that both partners know the expectations from the beginning. We will provide pragmatic and clear advice to clients on the whole partnership life-cycle to ensure the best outcomes are reached.
Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) Agreement: This allows a partnership agreement to be created when each partner will only be liable for the amount that they put into the business. Our specialised solicitors can help tailor this agreement to both of your needs, giving you incisive and clear guidance.
Web Terms & Conditions: This is vital to avoid your users being able to sue you if something goes wrong. We can draft these for you ensuring that we translate any complex legal jargon into simple explanations that we can discuss.
Shareholders’ Agreement: This is a contract which is signed by shareholders within a company. It covers shareholder relationships, how the company is managed and can protect shareholders. If there are any future disputes, this agreement can prove important, and our solicitors can advise you on what to include.
Property Exclusivity Agreement: If you are a prospective buyer or seller of a property, you may want to sign this agreement to agree to deal with each other on good terms and to sell the property at a fixed price at the end of a fixed period of time set out by both of you. We can help draft the terms of these, such as time lengths and any financial contributions.
Non-disclosure Agreement: These are important when your business shares information with a party and you do not wish this information to be shared with anyone else. We have experience in dealing with many different types of confidentiality agreements and can assist in drafting these to allow companies to co-operate whilst protecting their interests.
Contractor Contract: This is important within the construction industry, to ensure that subcontractors and contractors are aware of their expectations to give you protection. It is vital to reach out to a solicitor as early as possible to ensure that the contract terms are correct.
How can we help?
At Mounteney Solicitors, our Commercial Agreement Solicitors provide a reliable and dedicated legal service to our clients. Whatever type of Commercial Agreement you require, you can depend upon us to draft a contract which will give you the best outcome, minimising any future risks whilst maximising trade relationships.
We have over 20 years of experience in advising and drafting Commercial Agreements and our solicitors are thorough in their approach to ensure your specific business contract needs are met. Communication is key for us, which is why we are always responsive in a timely manner, and answer any queries promptly to ensure our clients understand the legalities.
Our advice is accurate and up-to-date with the ever-changing laws, and we have a true understanding of the impacts of these on business practices. This, coupled with our extensive knowledge of the law along with your objectives, means that our guidance can be trusted.
How our Probate Services can Help You
We have a dedicated team who are highly experienced in dealing with estates of different degrees of complexity. We have experience ranging from smaller estates to more complex matters involving foreign, business and agricultural assets.
We understand that this is a challenging time, and our aim is to lift the weight off your shoulders through providing high quality advice given by our friendly and approachable legal advisors.
We will approach your matter with delicacy at all times, with our full solution which offers:
- Advice on the probate process throughout.
- Applications to a grant of probate (if there is a will) or letters of administration (if there is no will).
- Calculations of inheritance tax and liaising with HMRC to file the tax return and deal with any issues surrounding tax.
- Management of the deceased’s finances including selling property and settling debts.
- Distribution of the estate between the beneficiaries of the will or in the case of no will, under the rules of intestacy.
We are here for you, and we will explain things in a clear and concise manner to make best use of your time. We appreciate the difficult situation and aim to make the process as easy as possible.
If your business requires a Commercial Agreement, get in touch with one of our expert solicitors and we would be more than happy to help. We have offices located in Heald Green, Cheadle and Bramhall but we are able to give you advice anywhere within England and Wales. We also offer virtual consultations for your convenience.
Our legal service is high-quality and professional, having an attention to detail which is second to none. We regularly help clients with Commercial Agreement matters ranging from one-off contracts to ongoing legal support. If you would like to take your first step in drafting a coherent contract, contact us today through filling in the form below and we will be in touch.