Director and Solicitor, Head of Franchising and Commercial Services
Most franchises will operate as a limited company, so it may be necessary to set up a new limited company through which to run the business. We can advise you on corporate structure and can deal with all aspects of a company formation. We can also look at any existing corporate structures to ensure there are suitable protections and safeguards in place.
You may also want to consider putting a shareholders agreement in place to provide certain protections to shareholders and the company itself. We can work closely with your accountants to implement a structure which works for your business from a tax planning perspective.
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