Partnership law is the area of law which governs partnerships, a form of business entity which arises automatically when two or more people carry on a business together with a view to making a profit.
There are many reasons why a partnership may be favoured over other business vehicles, including simplified taxation and a more flexible structure. A limited liability partnership (LLP) also provides limited liability for members as they are liable for their own contribution.
Ralli Partnership Law services
Ralli Partnership Law is a leading UK partnership law firm, with a team of specialists offering expert legal advice and support for a number of start-up issues and business vehicles including:
Our team of specialist partnership law solicitors are here to help you with any problems you may face in establishing or running your partnership, including:
- Converting an existing partnership to an LLP
- Partnership agreements
- Dissolution of a partnership
- Insolvency of Partnership
- Disputes between partners of partnerships or members of an LLP
- Setting up a business partnership
The partnership law firm offers a number of additional legal services including employment contracts and disputes, business terms and conditions, commercial contracts and self invested pension plans. Our experienced partnership solicitors also assist partners with regulation and fraud issues, wills and estate planning as well as regulation and crime.
Ralli’s specialist legal services are available for any partnership situation, whether you are in the middle of a dispute or can see an issue arising in the near future. Through the support of leading UK partnership law solicitors, you can make sure that the correct course of action is taken so that the situation is settled in the most prompt and professional manner.
A partnership is both a livelihood and a personal investment. Serious problems and obstacles could therefore threaten your financial security as well as hamper your professional success. At Ralli Partnership Law, we know just how important it is to put these matters to rest, and let you focus on growing your business.