Commercial Law: set up the right structure for your venture
You’ve decided to start a commercial enterprise. You’re beginning this business with the intension to make a profit. Perhaps you’re venturing out on your own or you have business partners, investors or shareholders. Starting a commercial enterprise is an exciting time, but it’s vital that you set up the appropriate business structure under which you are going to run your business.
It is important to obtain the right advice on the most appropriate structure for any commercial enterprise, whether it be as a sole trader, in a general or limited partnership, in a corporate structure or a discretionary or unit trust.
The firm can provide advice to clients so that they understand the advantages and disadvantages of each structure. Working with you to understand your plans, who else is involved, we can then take steps to then create that structure.
This includes the preparation of partnership, shareholder and/or unit holder agreements. Getting the right advice today may well shape the future of your commercial venture.
Contact any of the partners Stephen Duffy, Robert Elliott or Robert Duffy for assistance in these matters.