Commercial Legal Services

Call 01225 287516
Twitter  Facebook  Google Plus  LinkedIn

Business Legal Advice for SME’s

Commercial Property

We act for landlords and tenants, advising on commercial leases for shops, pubs, cafés and restaurants, offices, garages and industrial units.


We can advise you on franchise and master franchise agreements, area development, disclosure, confidentiality/non disclosure agreements and resale agreements.

Legal Contracts

Our solicitors are experts in drafting all manner of corporate and commercial legal contracts and agreements.

Corporate Law

We can advise you on matters relating to new business arrangements, starting a business or changing the structure of your existing business.

Company & Business Sales

If selling or buying business assets or shares or thinking of a management buyout we can advise.

Family Businesses

There are practical measures that can be put in place giving all family members, whether or not they are involved in the business, the comfort they need for their financial future.

Free Consultation

To claim your free, no obligation initial consultation with a commercial solicitor call 01225 287516 or click here to request online.


Jane was brilliant, she was good to work with and great at pushing back to make sure that I didn’t accept anything that may be detrimental to me in the future.  Great professional, would definitely recommend her.  Thanks Jane

Alex Marson

Articles for business owners & business owners of tomorrow...
Family businesses are different to other businesses.  Each family has its own dynamic, personality [more]
Understanding how family businesses tick Family businesses are different to other businesses.  E [more]
As a family owned business do you worry about the shares held by your daughter or son who may be mar [more]
Everyone is familiar with franchises we see in our towns such as McDonalds. Body Shop and Holiday In [more]
Useful practical steps to help protect your business and use and exploit any brands that it owns. [more]
Do you use 3rd party marketing lists? Watch out then for the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) [more]