Business succession planning is important for businesses of all sizes.
Business succession planning involves the passing of your business to a person or persons who you have selected as the new owner of the business.
The new owner can be an existing co-owner, an existing employee, a family member or someone from outside the business. Succession can be triggered by:
- The need to retire
- The death of an individual
- The ill health of the founder
- Other traumatic events
Business succession planning is a specialist area of the law in which we have developed particular expertise.
If you wish to discuss any aspect of this area of planning for your business, please contact the office nearest to you.
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