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Partnerships Farleys Solicitors LLP
Partnerships Farleys Solicitors LLP


Partnership Agreement Solicitors

If you are already operating a business in a partnership, or you intend to do so it is crucial that the agreement between the business partners is set out in a formal partnership agreement.

In the absence of a partnership agreement, UK law will imply certain terms into the business relationship whether or not the partners agree or are aware of the implied terms.

At Farleys Solicitors LLP we can help you to avoid future partnership disputes and ensure that your partnership agreement is properly recorded.

Our partnership solicitors can provide expert advice for:

  • Partnership Formation
  • Partnership Dissolution
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Limited Liability Partnerships
  • Partnership Disputes
  • Partners Duties and Liabilities

Contact a Partnership Agreement Solicitor

To speak with a Partnership Agreement Solicitor at Farleys Solicitors please contact us by email or call us now on 01254606008.

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