Ensuring a partnership agreement or LLP works best for you
and your business.

COMMERCIAL LAW

There are different types of business partnerships, from a simple agreement to a more formal limited liability partnership (LLP).

Our experts can advise on all aspects of partnerships and LLPs including their respective benefits and drawbacks.

A clear, unambiguous partnership agreement is fundamental to the smooth running of any partnership. Partnership agreements provide business continuity in the event of a dispute. They also outline responsibilities, decision-making criteria, capital contributions, distribution of monies, and salaries.

We can draft a partnership agreement that protects the interests of all partners and helps you to achieve your commercial aims.

Our commercial lawyers also have considerable experience at mediating partnership disputes and taking legal action on behalf of a party involved in a conflict.

You can be reassured by our experience and reputation for giving sound and helpful advice on partnerships and LLPs. You can trust us to listen and understand what matters most to you and your business, and respond with a pragmatic, personal service that is tailored around your specific commercial needs.

To speak to one of our experts, call 0113 418 2055 or request a call back at a time convenient for you. You can also drop us an email at hello@rinewlegal.co.uk.

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