Safeguarding you and the future of your business.
We understand the complexity of balancing personal and professional lives, especially if you are a business owner, but it’s essential to plan for a future that may not include you.
You may actively decide to exit the business at a predetermined point in the future. Alternatively, an exit may be forced upon you because of illness, or worse. There may be assumptions made about the succession planning of a family business, but nothing has been agreed upon or documented.
Our experienced wills & estate planning lawyers will craft a will that is bespoke to you and your specific needs, qualifying business assets, maximising Business Property Relief, preparing for the transfer of ownership, considering succession planning and leveraging estate and inheritance tax opportunities. We work closely with our dedicated Corporate and Commercial team to provide you with the necessary guidance on updating corporate documents including shareholder and partnership agreements.
Let us help you safeguard the future of your business, by planning ahead for the transfer of ownership at the appropriate time.
Why Choose SE-Solicitors
UnderstandingWith our belief that relationships really do matter, we’re focused on understanding you and your world more deeply.
ExpertiseBy harnessing our collective skills, knowledge, and depth of expertise, we support you to manage the unique complexity of your personal and commercial interests in a smarter way.
InsightNaturally strategic, we’re able to see the bigger picture, solve problems and realise opportunities more effectively.
AgilityAlways responsive, with a solutions orientated mindset, we get to the heart of the matter fast, enabling you to reach positive outcomes more quickly.
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