Company and Business Formation

Company and Business Formation

Starting a new business venture can be an exciting but also a stressful time in trying to identify whether your new business idea will take off whilst ensuring that you are protecting yourself in case it does not.

What company formation does your business idea require?

Our company commercial solicitors can assist you at this tentative stage by guiding you through the various ways in which your business can be started. Whether as a sole trader on your own, a partnership with someone else or by company formation.

We can either take you step-by-step along the path of formation or point you in the right direction and set you out on your own. Whatever level of assistance you need, we are here to help.

Whilst company formations are offered in numerous sites on the internet, our team will assess the type of company that your business idea requires and ensure that the company documentation are tailored to that requirement.

Whatever the type or size of the business you want to set up, it is vital that you choose the right type of business structure at the outset to suit your specific requirements.

What types of business are there?

  • Sole trader
  • Partnership
  • Limited company
  • Limited liability partnership (LLP)

How do I choose which company formation is best for my business?

You need to consider the pros and cons of each structure in relation to the specific needs of your business. It is important to obtain advice from a professional, such as a solicitor or accountant, to ensure that you make the right decision, as different factors will apply for every business.

For more information contact the company formations team.

Stewart Matthews
Managing Partner & Head of Company Commercial
Chris Robinson
Consultant - Company Commercial
Kim Sayer
Associate - Company Commercial and Commercial Property
Simon Porter
Senior Associate - Company Commercial
Jessica Williams
Paralegal - Company Commercial