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Business Law | Legal Guides

The cost of a legal case can be significant. Disagreements can grow and expand if not solved quickly and effectively.

If you and another member of the business have a disagreement, a solicitor can help you to resolve this problem before any further action has to be taken. If you take advice from a solicitor at an early stage, it may help to prevent potential disputes from happening at all. For example, a solicitor can help you to:

  • Set out the division of responsibilities and profits.
  • Draft a will to decide what happens your business, or your part of a shared business, on your death.

If you hire a solicitor, you can get the information and insight you need to reach an informed decision on a solution and to protect your interests. A solicitor can help you to protect your rights in court, or to consider alternative dispute resolution.