Managing your business
The smooth running of any business relies on a strong foundation. Part of this is ensuring you are legally compliant at all times, and part of it is identifying weaknesses and knowing when to maximise on opportunities. At Talbots Law, we help businesses large and small to succeed every day by providing guidance through the legal aspects of managing your business.
Whether you’ve just registered your company or have been operating for years, sometimes all businesses need an expert alongside to handle all their legal matters. Having a specialist solicitor who keeps your best interests at heart at all times helps to provide peace of mind and security, not to mention a list of worries off your chest. You can rest assured that if you aren’t taking advantage of an opportunity or aren’t complying with new legislation, our solicitors will be the first to let you know.
Why choose Talbots solicitors to help manage your business?
Here at Talbots Law, our solicitors have built a reputation for providing an outstanding service to our business clients. As well as lawyers, we see ourselves as business people, providing a service that will help improve your company and maximise profitability. Working alongside a range of companies in varying sectors, we help businesses to achieve their full potential by guiding them through the legal minefield and capitalising on attractive prospects. With a team of experts at hand, we want you to see Talbots Law as your in house lawyer. We’ll help you through all the legal aspects of managing your business, and be there to field all your questions, from employment issues through to the structuring of your company. We know that your priority is to run a profitable company, and sometimes a helping hand from your trusted legal advisor can push you even further in success.
Business management FAQ
Why does my business need legal help?
Part of running your business successfully is about making the right choices to maximise your profitability. In order to do this, you’ll want to ensure that when it comes to areas such as finance, business structures, employment law and contracts; you’re being compliant with current legislation and not at risk of any costly legal trouble. When it comes to potential business transactions such as mergers or acquisitions, you’ll want an expert on board who can help to identify the risks early on and lay your options out in a way that’s easy to understand. Past this, having a specialist team of business management solicitors just a phone call away allows you to have a safety net for your company at all times. Whenever you need us, we’ll be there to provide legal support in all areas of business management, minimising disputes and saving you time and money.
I want to start a new business: What do I do?
If you’ve formed a plan to start a new company, you’ll want to get it registered as soon as possible. But, before you do so, there are a few important points to consider.
Past the ideas stage, one thing you’ve probably already considered is the name of your company. You’ll need to choose a name as well as a website domain that is not in use or trademarked against; one that represents your brand and your companies values. You can check with Companies House to find out whether your desired name is available. Past this, you’ll need to think about which structure or business formation is appropriate for your company. There are various options for formations, so getting legal advice on which one will suit your business needs before making a decision is a wise idea. After settling on a business structure, registering your business with Companies House requires certain essential details, notably the details of shareholders and directors. Further to this, if the idea for your business is a completely new product or service or offers something unique, we recommend protecting your intellectual property as soon as possible. Rather than trying to rush through the process to get your business off the ground, you should take the time to weigh up your options to decide which ones will benefit your company. That’s why our dedicated solicitors will be there to provide detailed advice to help you get off the ground.
Running a business successfully involves patience and experience. When you work with Talbots Law, we’ll take care of all the legal aspects of managing your business, providing pragmatic advice that’s tailored around your corporate needs. To get started, give us a call on 0800 118 1500.
- Nicola Reeve
- Director and Head of Commercial Property & Corporate Services
- 07932 679673
- Sophie Evans
- Trainee Solicitor
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