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Most people will need legal advice on private matters at some point in their life. We offer a wide range of private client services to complement our commercial team’s work. Whether you are a shareholder investing the proceeds of a business sale, a director making retirement plans, a manager buying a new house, an administrator getting divorced or a junior administering a parent’s will, we can help.

If you would like to discuss a private legal issue, please speak to your usual legal advisor who will put you in touch with one of private client team. Alternatively, simply make an enquiry

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Persons with Significant Control

One of the main objectives of Companies House’s ( CH ) business plan for 2018-2019 is corporate transparency. At the heart of CH’s business plan is the proper identification and accurate presentation of information relating to Persons with...

Deals Hotting up During Heatwave Summer at Pearson Solicitors

It’s been a summer of successful deals for the corporate team at Pearson Solicitors, who have recently completed the third acquisition in quick succession for award-winning telecoms and IT provider, Communicate Better, helping their expansion into new...

When is an "agreement" a legally binding contract?

The question of whether or not your contract is legally binding can be straightforward when considering conventional contracts, however, there are circumstances in which greater scrutiny may be required in order to determine the (potentially) binding nature...

Should you open your business up to online reviews?

There has been a significant upturn in the number of businesses providing their customers with the opportunity to submit online reviews towards services and products. This platform has snowballed following the success of companies such as Amazon and Trip...

Is your business ready for the GDPR changes?

The General Data Protection Regulation is now in force as of 25 May 2018 and has introduced sweeping changes to the way that businesses and organisations can hold data and information, strengthening protection for individuals. Non-compliance with the new...