Our team can offer specialist legal advice relevant to the long-term care sector. With our combination of expertise, whether you are a large corporate provider or an owner-operator of a smaller unit, we can assist with the range of legal issues you may encounter.
We can help ensure that you have the correct business structure in place to avoid tax problems and succession difficulties. Appropriate use of partnership and shareholder's agreements can minimise the impact of disputes in the future and in so doing can minimise potential losses.
We can offer a comprehensive support service. Whether you require occasional telephone advice as you encounter a problem, or hands-on HR support, our team has considerable experience.
Our solicitors can ensure that you have the right policies and procedures in place and that you are operating within the legal framework. See our employment page for further details.
We are regularly instructed in the purchase of care homes, whether by way of a purchase of the assets or shares.
We can advise on the sale of your care home, as well as offering constructive advice in preparing a business for sale.
Our contacts with other professionals in this sector may also assist in accelerating the process of finding a prospective buyer and achieving a sale.
Our solicitors can advise on the range of property issues, including the sale or purchase of land, the grant of a new lease, commercial mortgages or planning & development issues.
In the event that you experience difficulties in complying with regulatory requirements, our litigation specialists can provide advice and representation. They understand the impact that these problems can have on your business, and the need for a swift and decisive response.
Having worked hard to build up your business, you would expect to reap the rewards at the point of retirement. Careful forward planning can smooth the process of your exit from the business as well as assisting you in minimising the impact of Inheritance Tax on your family wealth.
For further details contact Simon King on 01827 317071