Our Legal Services
About PWJ Solicitors
We have served generations of individuals and local businesses, providing comprehensive legal advice.
Keeping You In Business
Our business and commercial solicitors can offer advice and guidance on a wide variety of company, partnership commercial law matters from starting up to winding up. Our solicitors can offer both technical and pragmatic legal advice to help you with your specific business needs.
Our experienced business solicitors can provide assistance on legal matters for all types of trading entity including public limited companies, limited liability companies, limited liability partnerships, partnerships and sole traders, plus not for profit organisations including charities. We can work with you to ensure that the technical aspects of your business are managed in a robust and efficient manner.
Our solicitors can assist with:
- Contractual Issues
- Directors’ Duties
- Sales of Business
- Partnership Matters
- Shareholder Agreements
- Terms of Business
We can advise on and draft commercial contracts and trading agreements dealing with a variety of matters faced by businesses. We have experience in drafting both simple and complex agreements and will be able to advise you on all aspects of the contract. If you have a contractual dispute with another company or a customer then we will be able to advise you on your position and negotiate a settlement. We also offer debt recovery services. See dispute resolution and litigation section.
We can advise directors on the duties they have to the company and all other stakeholders. The Companies Act 2006 sets out exactly what duties Directors have and we can advise both generally and on specific issues. We can also advise on allegations or potential complaints about a Director’s behaviour.
Sales of Business
If you own a business and are intending to sell it then we can advise you on obtaining a valuation, negotiating the sale and drafting the contracts to enable the sale.
We can advise on and draft partnership agreements and ancillary documents. This includes advice on the type of partnership and limited liability partnerships (LLPs).
If you are a partner and are in dispute with other partners we can advise on your position and your dispute. See dispute resolution and litigation section.
Shareholder agreements are entered into by shareholders of a company if they want to set out how they are to manage their shareholdings. These agreements can set out how shares will be transferred or sold if a partner leaves or dies. We can advise on and draft shareholders agreements based on the particular requirements of the shareholders.
Terms of Business
We can advise on and draft your terms of business and terms and conditions to make sure that they protect your company but at the same are not deemed to be unfair. We have experience in drafting terms of business for various different companies.
September 19, 2020 Stamp Duty ‘Holiday’
August 4, 2020 The Administration of Estates During COVID19