When you run a business there is always an overlap between your professional and personal life and that is where Allard Bailey Family Law can help. We work with entrepreneurs and investors to protect their business interests from personal life events and maximise the value of their private wealth, so they can achieve their lifetime ambitions.
To ensure you can realise your goals, it is important that your solicitors fully understand how the decisions you make in your private life can impact your business interests. We provide holistic advice on:
- Capital Gains and Inheritance and Tax Planning
- Creation and Administration of Trusts and Foundations
- Deputyship Applications
- Divorce and Separation with Business Interests
- Lasting Powers of Attorney for Business Owners
- Pre-nuptial and Post-nuptial Agreements for Business Owners
- Protection of Wealth and Assets from Claims by Adverse Third Parties
- Succession Planning
- Wills for Business Owners
We also help you with disputes regarding Wills, trusts and probate, as well as child arrangements, adoption, surrogacy and LGBT Family Law.
As a business owner, we know you will have a busy life with conflicting commitments, so we offer virtual consultations out of the usual working hours, in addition to meetings at our offices in central London and Hertfordshire. We host a free online portal which allows you to save time and money by starting family law matters, Wills and specialised lasting powers of attorney online, simply visit www.allardbailey.com to access these portals.
You can choose a one-off consultation or full representation in complicated matters with Allard Bailey Family Law’s solicitors, who are experienced, realistic and always focused on achieving the best results.
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