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Shareholder, partnership and joint venture agreements

Partnerships are a straight forward way of setting up a business involving two or more entities.

It is essential to establish at the outset what has been agreed and how the partnership is to operate. At Hindle Campbell Law we understand that our clients have different skills and level of business experience and so we tailor our advice to fit the client’s needs. To the inexperienced the process can appear daunting but our lawyers make sure that everyone involved is fully aware of their responsibilities, liabilities and obligations in the partnership. We listen to the client’s business aims and give straight forward advice on the practicalities of achieving them.

We do not believe in preparing overly complex documents that only lawyers can understand. We ensure that all points are fully covered in any partnership agreement, that it reflects correctly the agreement between the partners and that it is written in plain English.

The success of a new venture can depend upon a correctly worded partnership deed ensuring that everyone involved knows what has been agreed and, if they have a dispute, how to resolve it.

We offer a free half hour interview for you to discuss your options and advise on costs and time scales.

Clive Hindle - Solicitor at Hindle Campbell Law North Shields Emily Walker - Solicitor at Hindle Campbell Law North Shields.
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Clive Hindle

Emily Walker

Business law solicitors - Hindle Campbell Law.

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