Our business solicitors accept clients in every part of England and Wales
Our team of business solicitors includes lawyers from a variety of legal and business backgrounds. We make sure our fees are comparable with any good high street firm. Our commercial lawyers have acted for all types of client, from blue chip companies, to small owner run businesses.
- Buying or selling a business
- Employment contracts
- Shareholders agreements
- Terms and conditions for your customers
- Business disputes
Shareholders agreements and disputes
Our business solicitors regularly act for businesses who need to set up new shareholder agreements or need advice on existing documentation. Our commercial lawyers also provide advice to members of a company if there is a dispute between shareholders.
Employment and service contracts
Our commercial solicitors provide fixed price quotes to set a company up with contracts for different types of employee and contractor so that the company has a professional and protected relationship with its employees.
Business purchases and sales
Our commercial lawyers act for sellers and purchasers of business, making sure that our client is treated fairly in the transaction, and that the right advice is given if the client is the purchaser so that the proper due diligence is done and the client doesn’t end up with a bad deal.
When a business relationship deteriorates, our commercial lawyers can assist by advising, negotiating, and if it is unavoidable, pursuing the other party for redress in court.
Contract and terms and conditions advice
Our business solicitors are often asked by clients to provide them with terms and conditions documents tailored to their business, giving them financial certainty, and showing professionalism to their customers. Our commercial solicitors do this for a competitive fixed fee.
How our service works
Mary Monson Solicitors provides a free no-obligation consultation if you are considering hiring a commercial lawyer. In order to get a free consultation, please call our freephone 0808 155 4870 (nationwide) or request a call back using the form on this page. Someone from our admin department will listen to your enquiry and either put you straight through to a business solicitor, or arrange a time to call back when one is available.
When preparing to choose a business solicitor, remember to always ask for an initial consultation to get some preliminary solicitor’s advice about the issue you are dealing with. This consultation enables you to ask the solicitor questions and make sure he or she can provide the service that you need before you commit to handing over any money.
We can’t provide a consultation on matters where you already have a business solicitor and are not considering changing. See the terms of our no-obligation consultation here. Please also read our legal disclaimer for this page.