Legal Matters

Every business will need to deal with legal matters. Managing legal matters can be the most daunting task for small business operators. It's advised to engage a solicitor to help with legal matters that may arise.

However, you may avoid the risk of fines, prosecution, business disputes or being sued by considering your legal obligations and taking early preventative measures.

A good solicitor with the appropriate expertise can help with:

Business contracts

Generally, a business contract is a legally binding agreement between two or more parties to do or not to do certain things. For example, a business contract could be for the sale of goods or supply of services at a certain price. Read more...

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Dispute resolution

Disputes arise from time to time in small businesses over a range of issues and can involve customers, suppliers, partners, and employees.

Resolving a dispute can take considerable time, effort and money that would be better used to operate, manage, or grow your business. It is preferable to resolve the dispute as cost effectively and with as little damage to the relationship as possible. Read more...

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Hiring a lawyer

Regardless of whether you're starting or running a small business, chances are at some point or another you're going to require the services of a lawyer.

While many business owners assume that lawyers are only necessary in times of dispute or litigation, the reality is that engaging a lawyer can save you a lot of time and money in the long run. Read more...

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