Corporate Services in UK

Corporate and Commercial

Our experienced team of commercial solicitors advises both new and well-established businesses, as well as private entrepreneurs and investors, on a wide range of corporate and commercial solutions catering to each client’s individual requirements.

Corporate and Commercial solutions

We can assist with the following types of transactions among many others:

  • Company formation
  • Shareholders agreements Joint Ventures
  • Secured and unsecured loans
  • Issuing corporate securities
  • Sale and purchases of corporate securities
  • Sale and purchase of business assets
  • Franchising Agreements
  • Supplier and Vendor Agreements
  • Employment and Service contracts
  • Insolvency, administration and creditor voluntary arrangements

Spouse visa uk

To qualify for ILR, applicants must meet specific requirements, which can include a minimum continuous residence period, proof of lawful stay, adherence to immigration rules, and evidence of meeting the English language and knowledge of life in the UK requirements. Once granted ILR, individuals gain several benefits, such as access to public funds, healthcare services, and the ability to apply for British citizenship.

Our corporate and commercial Experience

Our lawyers’ recent experience includes:

  • Advising a London based restaurant chain on raising share and loan capital.
  • Assisting a franchisee of a fashion brand with the reorganization of its shareholding structure.
  • Advising a consultant to a major telecommunications company on the service and remuneration arrangements. Representing an investor of an upmarket café business in concluding a shareholder’s agreement.
  • Advising a shareholder of an international media company on the disposition of their interest in the business.
  • Advising a digital content agency on agreements with its clients, staff and contractors.

A spouse visa is a type of visa that allows an individual to join their spouse or partner who is a British citizen or settled person in the UK. It is designed to facilitate the reunion of married or civil partnership couples who wish to live together in the UK. The spouse visa falls under the Family route of the UK immigration system and requires meeting specific requirements and providing supporting documentation. Successful applicants are granted permission to live and work in the UK for a specified period, usually initially granted for 30 months. After this initial period, the visa can be extended, leading to settlement in the UK. The spouse visa also offers access to public services and benefits, such as healthcare and education.