Are you Setting-Up, Growing or Exiting your Business?

Whatever stage you’ve reached in your business lifecycle, our team of commercial lawyers can provide legal advice and assistance to help you achieve your business goals.

Based at our offices in North Manchester, just off junction 22 of the M60, the team comprises experts in company and commercial law, employment law, dispute resolution and commercial property law. Our lawyers work side-by-side to deliver a pro-active and holistic service that meets our clients’ wide-ranging commercial legal needs.

Whether you’re creating a new business from scratch, expanding through acquisition or merger or succession planning to pass on your interests, get in touch and find out how we can help. You can find out more by clicking on the boxes below.

Transparency When it Comes to Legal Fees

You can expect us to be transparent in our approach to costs throughout. For more on how to manage your legal costs, see the FAQS below or click here: "Managing your Legal Costs".

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