Divorce & Family
We are a leading team of Divorce and Family Solicitors with our specialist divorce solicitors providing expert advice about divorce and separation.
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If you are an aspiring entrepreneur with a great business idea, you must ensure that you set up your company correctly from the get-go. The process of company formation can be complicated, time-consuming, and filled with legal jargon that is difficult to navigate. Luckily, as solicitors, we can help make sense of it all. With our professional expertise, we can guide you through every step of the company formation process, from registering your company name to drafting the necessary documents. By allowing us to assist you in this essential process, you can have peace of mind that your company has been formed correctly and that you have met all legal requirements. Let us help you bring your business idea to life!
Forming a company can be a positive and exciting step for many business owners. It is therefore important to ensure from the offset that the company is properly formed and has all the necessary constitutional documents in place.
We can meet with you and advise you on the different types of companies available. We can then draft the application of incorporation and submit the same to Companies House to register the company.
On incorporation, it is usual for companies to adopt the Model Articles, however, we appreciate that each business is different and therefore it is important that the documents governing your company’s operations suit your business needs. Thus, we can assist in drafting bespoke articles to fit your company’s needs.
We can also assist in drafting shareholders agreements and cross-option agreements.
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Please find below some FAQs regarding Company Formations.
The company must have at least one director and one shareholder from incorporation.
The Model Articles are the standard default articles a company can adopt, which are prescribed by The Companies (Model Articles) Regulations 2008.
A company’s articles of association are the key constitutional document setting out the basic administrative structure of a company. They regulate matters such as the issue and transfer of shares, board and shareholder meetings, powers and duties of directors, dividends and borrowing powers.
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