Corporate Reorganisation

Else’s business solicitors handle a range of corporate reorganisation cases with outstanding expertise.

As your business grows, you are likely to discover that changes to the way it is structured are necessary.

Restructuring your business could make it more efficient and cost-effective. A reorganisation may also be a legal necessity because of the way your business has developed.

The main types of corporate restructuring are:

  • Sole trader to a company.
  • Sole trader to a partnership.
  • Sole trader to a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP).
  • Partnership to a LLP.
  • Partnership to a company.
  • Group structuring – including setting-up holding companies.

How we can help

Over the years, our specialist business solicitors have advised many clients on how to achieve the best structure for their business. We have also guided them through the restructuring processes.

As with all the services to business that we offer, we start by learning all we can about your business. We discover its position in the marketplace, analyse its competitors, and establish its ambitions.

Restructuring your business could be financially beneficial and protect your personal interests. For example, in some circumstances, restructuring from a partnership to an LLP can enable you to capitalise on the advantages of limiting the liability of the partners, whilst retaining the tax benefits similar to those of a partnership.

In recent years we have also helped many of our clients to change and modify their business structures. This has enabled them to consolidate and create a firm foundation for continued success.

We could help you to achieve your ambitions to expand within your marketplace.

For more detailed legal advice in relation to a corporate reorganisation, please contact our expert business 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.

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At Else, we pride ourselves on having experience in dealing with a wide range of disputes.

Our team always strive to find the most practical, timely, and cost-effective solution for our clients.

We will use the full range of options available to us; from mediation and negotiation to court action at whatever level is appropriate.

To speak to one of our trusted professionals contact us on 01283 526200. Alternatively, you can send us a message and we will get in touch at a time that suits you.