Legal Advice for Business Start-Ups

Legal Advice for Business Start-Ups

Over the years we have had the pleasure of providing legal advice for a wide range of business start-ups in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, so know venturing out on your own can be hard.

There are long hours, stress, and worry, not to mention risks. Our business start-up solicitors provide legal advice that will help you identify risks, decide upon the best vehicle for your idea, and give advice on how to raise capital. Whether you need business legal advice for your start-up about taking on new premises, taking dividends, or appointing directors, our experienced team of solicitors is able to help.

If you are looking for experts in legal advice for business start-ups then we’ll provide you with everything you need to get off the ground and to support you as your business grows. We work with the best banks, accountants, and other experts from our network of business specialists in Hampshire and beyond, which means we can point you in the right direction for further expert business advice. Regardless of whether you are still in the idea stage of your journey or a recent start-up, we’re able to provide a wide range of legal advice to help support you.

We can help with all of those first steps, including:

  • Taking on new premises
  • Terms of business
  • Setting up a new company
  • Completing and filing annual returns and statements
  • Appointing directors and secretaries
  • Taking dividends
  • Advising on VAT
  • Start-up capital raising
  • Drafting Shareholders Agreements
  • Setting up a partnership
  • Taking on new employees and employee contracts
  • Protecting your Intellectual Property rights

Contact us for business start-up legal advice, or find out more about the team and contact them directly by looking at the profiles below.

How Can We Help?

Please call 01329 822 333 or send us a message

The Business Start-Ups Team

Our Clients Love What We Do

Your advice was invaluable, your staff were helpful and polite, I couldn’t ask for more.
Bob Beasley