Stacey; Cafe owner, Gold Coast
Experienced Business Structure lawyers
Whether starting a new business venture or introducing new co-owners, having a very well documented agreement among the owners with a clear understanding of how future events will be dealt with, is essential for business success.
- Competitive fees
- Clear, concise answers
- Responsive with quick turnarounds
- Experienced Business Partnership, Trust and Company Lawyers
Providing locals with legal advice.
How can our Business Structure Lawyers help you?
QLD Business + Property Lawyers (QBPL) will concisely document your partnership deed, shareholders deed, unit trust arrangement or company constitution to ensure all foreseeable contingencies are considered. We’re also ready to help with anything else you need along the way.
With a strong team of commercial law experts, QBPL has a focus on providing quality advice with and outstanding service to ensure your legal needs are met in full and then exceeded.Find out more
Step 1. Enquire online or by phone
Our trained personnel will get the details we need to recommend the ways in which we can help
Step 2. Speak to our lawyers
Speak with our expert lawyers to hear their recommendation as to how we can help get the best outcome for your needs
Step 3. Accept our quote
We will provide our engagement letter and fee terms to you for e-signing. We can then get started.
Step 4. Finalised and done!
Receive your draft documents for discussion usually within 3 - 5 working days with revisions and the final product completed 2-3 working days later.
Brisbane Business Structure lawyers
We are experts in preparing shareholder deeds, trust deeds, unit trusts, partnership agreements and limited partnerships: whether you are starting out, contemplating a re-structure or have grown out of your current arrangements.
Choosing the right structure for your business is one of the most important decisions you will make as a manager or owner.
Australia’s four most common types of business structures are:
- Sole trader – The simplest structure allows you to have full control;
- Company – More complex, your liability is limited because it is a separate legal entity;
- Partnerships – Consisting of 2 or more individuals or companies sharing profits and losses;
- Trust – Where a trustee is in charge of a business operated for the benefit of individuals or other entities.
Our business structure lawyers can expertly help you select the right business structure – whether it be a partnership, unit trust or a company – and prepare concise robust documents to give effect to those arrangements.
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