Call us on:
01283 526 200
Call us on 0121 393 1720 or 01283 526200

Our Services

Business Service Solicitors

Business Solicitors

Company Secretarial Services

At Else we have a team of corporate and commercial solicitors in Burton upon Trent that provide expert company secretarial services.

Every UK company must ensure that it, and its officers, are meeting their statutory obligations and administrative requirements under the Companies Act 2006.

Company directors who underestimate the importance of their own role, and that of the company secretary, do so at their own risk.

For busy professionals it can be easy to overlook small details. However, directors and secretaries of the company face the risk of fines and criminal prosecution for non-compliance with the filing, disclosure, and administrative requirements.

How we can help

Else Solicitors can take the administrative weight off your shoulders if you use our company secretarial services.

We can become part of your team. We will organise your vital administrative affairs and ensure compliance with all statutory obligations.

As well as providing company secretarial services, our team is able to prepare and advise on the following:

  • Amendments to the Memorandum or Articles of Association.
  • Board Minutes.
  • Resolutions.
  • Amending the issued and authorised share capital of a company.
  • Filing documentation/forms at Companies House.
  • Maintaining the company’s statutory books/records/registers.

We can work directly with your directors or your in-house secretarial team. Alternatively, we can be a cost-effective alternative to employing a team of secretaries. We can deliver the same quality of service for a fraction of the price and responsibility.

For more information on our company secretarial services, please contact our expert corporate and commercial solicitors in  Burton on Trent on 01283 526200. Alternatively, you can send us a message and we will get in touch at a time that suits you.

The Lasting Effects of Divorce on a Family Business  


The immediate effects of a divorce on a family business are obvious. There is the stress of keeping the business going on top of dealing with the emotional strain of a divorce. The business may need to be sold or one spouse may need to buy the other’s shares. These are difficult times that require difficult decisions but what happens once the divorce has been finalised?

read more

Meet Else Solicitors legal specialist to dental practices at BDIA Showcase


Else Solicitors is delighted to announce that the owners of dental practice will have the opportunity to discuss their plans for growth, succession or exit with our legal specialist to dental practices, Greg Bullock at BDIA Dental Showcase. Taking place at the NEC in Birmingham from, Greg will be on stand F42 on the 19th […]

read more