How we help

Running your own business can be challenging given the myriad of different issues to consider and manage. We can ease the burden by taking care of the legal requirements, freeing you up to focus on the day-to-day running of the business.

Whether you’re just starting out or have an established business already we’re here to support you with:

Our legal advice is straightforward, honest and appropriate to your business. We know how important it is for businesses to deal with legal issues promptly, so we always respond quickly. We also explain our costs upfront, allowing you to budget and preclude any nasty surprises.

Terms of Business
T&C's Makeover
Debt Recovery
Shareholder & Partnership Agreements

Terms of Business

It is vitally important to have an up to date set of terms and conditions for your business. They are the legal basis on which you are willing to do business with your customers and should be one of the first legal documents created.

Terms and conditions are used again and again in everyday business dealings. They are also there to protect you so that in the event a dispute arises, you can resolve it as quickly and cheaply as possible. They also help with ensuring that all important matters are not overlooked, as well as helping you to provide good customer service by avoiding mismatched expectations.

We can help make sure your terms and conditions of business are up to date and that you are protected.

T&C's Makeover


only £200 plus VAT, we will check your standard business terms. If nothing needs changing and we are unable to offer any alterations to better protect your business, we will give you your money back!

Business Start-ups

If you’re starting a new business, we can help you turn your ambition into reality. We’ll help you make sure you’ve got everything in place to ensure a successful start and a long future.

Setting up a business can be stressful and time consuming. We understand that sometimes the legalities, such as contracts and legal structures, can take a back seat whilst you concentrate on the day-to-day practicalities.

We’re here to help you make sure you’ve got all the necessary legal documentation and avoid the many risks and pitfalls that can befall start-up businesses. Having the right legal documents from the outset will prevent problems further down the line. We can advise you on the best structure for your business and help you with:

  • Company formation;
  • Terms and conditions of business;
  • Contracts and agreements;
  • Partnership and shareholder agreements.

Debt Recovery

Recovering unpaid accounts can be time consuming and costly, affecting cash flow and draining vital resources. Whatever the size of your business, it’s important to keep on top of your debtors and make sure you get paid whatever money you are legally entitled to.

There are steps you can take to minimise the number of debtors, such as having an up to date set of business terms and conditions, but there will inevitably be occasions when you are left with no option but to initiate legal proceedings in order to recover debts.

We can help you recover monies you are owed from your customers in as quick and trouble-free way as possible. Often a letter from our debt recovery team is sufficient to secure payment and avoid any litigation.

If further action is required, we will advise you on the debt recovery methods available to you and how best to recover the money you are owed. If we think the costs involved in recovering your debt will be disproportionate to the amount of money owed, then we will advise you of your best course of action.

If you decide to commence legal proceedings we will aim, where possible, to recover not just the money outstanding but also interest and our own legal fees.

Shareholder & Partnership Agreements

A shareholders’ agreement allows the shareholders (or members) of a company to agree beforehand on important issues such as matters that will always require a unanimous vote to pass. These agreements are very important if you have invested your own funds in a new company, as there is nothing legally to prevent a director being removed by a simple majority of votes.

There are many reasons why you might need a shareholders’ agreement, but the main advantage is that it allows the founding members to make an agreement between themselves that would not be allowed in the company’s Articles of Association.