Shareholders Agreements

Every company with more than one shareholder should have a Shareholders Agreement. It helps to clarify expectations and avoid costly disputes. Businesses can set out the contribution that each shareholder is required to make, such as: services, money, intellectual property (whatever they have promised to deliver) and the consequences if they let the company down.

Our pool of lawyers can assist the business owner with the drafting or reviewing any shareholders agreement, no matter the scale of the company. We operate on a fixed-fee model as it provides clients with certainty and transparency with their legal fees.


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