Starting a Business

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We understand that starting a business is a time consuming and often stressful time. You need to ensure that, aside from decisions directly relating to your new business, you are aware of the legal requirements and options available to you.

Cartmell Shepherd recognises that at the outset of a new venture, your cashflow is being squeezed. These pressures may result in you ‘taking your eye off the ball’ in areas that, on the face of it, are not important but in the long run could save you time and money.

In order to help you set up your business successfully, we have launched a specialized service offering all of the basic documents helping to turn your business dream into a reality. We have a team of professionals dedicated to helping you every step of the way.

Not only are we dedicated to providing you with the very best legal advice, we are committed to providing it in an affordable manner. Our start-up service offers tailored legal documents at fixed prices, meaning that you can be sure of the price of obtaining these essential documents up front, with no scary surprises at the end. We can also talk to you about setting up a payment plan assisting you in these very early days of your business, easing any cash flow worries.

Face to face v Online Products

Buying online is often more convenient and whilst the service can be very good, we believe there is no better option than meeting face to face with the expert handling your legal matters.

Our team are there to answer your questions and explain the content of your legal documentation, some of which can be complicated ,and to support you every step of the way.

Proper legal advice from the outset will help you achieve your dream. Contact our business legal team for further information.

We have a team of professionals dedicated to helping you every step of the way, with specialisms including:

  • Partnership Agreements
  • Terms & Conditions of Business
  • Commercial Property
  • Drafting Contracts of Employment
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Debt Recovery
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