- setting-up a new company
- when major change is afoot
- when making decisions that affect the company
As your business grows, the legal obligations that you as company directors have towards your shareholders and the Companies Act requirements become more and more onerous.
Set-up: Shareholder Agreements & Articles of Association
Businesses are often formed off the back of great relationships and a huge amount of trust! Unfortunately, no matter how strong those relationships, when circumstances change, break-ups and shake-ups can get messy, especially if the correct legal documentation wasn’t in place when you started.
Our team of legal designers will work with you and your partners to make sure your company documents clearly reflect and communicate your legal obligations as company directors. Think of this less as a pre-nup, rather more like the vows that will be your foundations for the future.
Keep-up: Administering and documenting company decision making
Our company secretary service offers you the ability to check-in with us at any point to discuss potential decisions the business is about to make and what requirements there will be to fulfil your statutory obligations. As well as drafting the relevant documentation, and ensuring your records are updated and filed appropriately, we act as your sounding board, offering advice and guidance on process and the impact those decisions might have on your business’ exposure.
For more information on how we can support you with your company set-up and keep-up, get in touch.