If you own a business with more than one shareholder, having a shareholder agreement in place is an essential legal document. The agreement will detail how the company operates, day to day decision making and the valuation and transfer arrangements for each shareholding.
Woolsey Morris & Kennedy’s commercial team have experience in advising shareholders and businesses with a variety of disciplines and of all sizes. We can advise on all aspects of the shareholder agreement and take your instructions to ensure the agreement is tailored to your requirements.
To protect your business for the future, we can assist you with incorporating provisions in the case of a shareholder retiring, issuing more shares, selling the business or any breakdown in the relationship.
- Mark Williams