'More than just a law firm, we are committed to understanding your business and legal requirements by tailoring our service to suit your needs'




Personal Injury

Commercial and Business


If you are thinking of setting up your own business we can explain the different types of structures from sole practitioners to partnerships to company formations. Be it a partnership agreement or a shareholders agreement we can assist with the drafting and will explain in plain terms the implications of the various parts of the agreement.


Once you have identified the right premises we can advise you as to the suitability of the premises for your intended use and whether any planning consents from the Local Authority will be required. We will also be able to advise you on the provisions of any leases or tenancies affecting your proposed premises and explain your rights under the Landlord and Tenant legislation. There are other alternatives to setting up in a business premises – operating from home is now becoming increasingly fashionable - we can advise you on the advantages and disadvantages of working from your own home.

If your business involves dealing with members of the public or the supply of goods and services we can explain what provisions need to be in place as well as your rights and obligations. If you are thinking of employing staff, you will be made aware of your rights as an employer and what you must do to ensure that the rights of those employed by you are also observed and adhered to.   




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