You are running a successful business and when you require legal advice it must be timely, expert and tailored to your company’s needs. You want your business lawyers to be responsive, flexible and experienced, with specialists who are accessible and understand the dynamics of the business world. In short, you need someone on your side who you trust to provide honest and expert advice even when it is unpalatable.
This is where the business solicitors at Labrums can help. Our highly experienced team is dedicated to identifying and delivering the outcome you want. We support you to achieve and exceed your commercial objectives, whether your goal is to set up a business, purchase a company, resolve a business dispute or lease new premises. We take the time to understand your organisation fully – its operations, culture and direction – so we can offer the best possible advice and strategy. Contact us today to discuss your business law needs.
Business Legal Advice and Services
We offer a full range of business legal services to small and medium-sized enterprises and large organisations. Our areas of expertise include:
- Legal advice for startups and building your business – forming, buying and selling businesses
- Formalising operations – drafting and reviewing business agreements
- Resolving disputes – from accident claims to shareholder disputes
- Commercial property – dealing with freehold transactions and commercial leases
Our team of knowledgeable and skilled business solicitors based in St Albans is led by Founder and Senior Partner Michael Labrum, who has extensive experience of company and commercial law. We apply our individual and combined qualities and expertise to provide our business clients with an exceptionally high standard of service to deliver your desired outcome. We believe it is our commitment to continuous learning and client care that has given us a high rate of return clients and referrals.
Why Do I Need a Business Solicitor?
The laws and regulations governing the operation of businesses in the UK are complex, extensive and ever-changing. Non-compliance with these rules, even where unintentional, can mean a significant loss of time and money to put the error right, as well as disruption and potential reputational damage.
Therefore, business law solicitors are highly beneficial in many situations. Your solicitor will ensure your company is compliant with the relevant laws and regulations when you plan to undertake important actions, including drafting shareholder and partnership agreements or entering into a commercial lease. We will help you limit your legal risk in the future by ensuring you are fully informed before making any critical decisions regarding your business.
Our objectivity and experience also enable us to provide insights and ideas which may not be immediately apparent. You are good at what you do and we are good at what we do. The combination can enable you to achieve what you need and want, letting you do what you do best.
Legal Advice for Business – Our Fees
At Labrums, our business lawyers fully understand that legal fees may be a real concern for many companies, especially start-ups. That is why we are dedicated to delivering value for money. We will have a clear and honest discussion with you about costs from the start, so you can be sure they are proportionate and achievable. In most cases, investing in quality legal advice from the outset will protect your business against higher costs further down the line. Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information about our fees.
Contact our Expert Business Solicitors in St Albans Today
Labrums has been providing a wide range of business legal services to companies locally and nationwide for over 25 years. Our lawyers understand that when it comes to your business, you need pragmatic and reliable legal advice, as well as excellent communication and client care. To find out more about how our commercial solicitors can help your business achieve success, get in touch today. Call us on 01727 858807, complete our contact form or email email@example.com we will be in touch.