Commercial Law lawyers that get you and your business. We have a solid reputation for providing high-quality legal advice and solutions across diverse industries.
McNamara Law are experienced with all areas of corporate and business law ranging from the sale and purchase of businesses, corporations law, directors duties, company structures, franchising, trust deeds and commercial leasing.
We are committed to guiding you to make the best possible decisions for your current or future business to optimise your capabilities with the least amount of stress. Our Commercial lawyers ensure accurate and efficient guidance leading to the prompt completion of your matters. This is supported by our lawyer’s collective knowledge of 30 years’ experience in commercial matters within the Ipswich and surrounding areas.
If you are just starting your first business, or have a well-established business, be assured we can handle your commercial law matters today!
Whether you’re a serial entrepreneur, purchasing an existing business or a tradesperson setting out on your own, starting out in business is an exciting time. No body starts out with the intention of losing their personal assets or having messy legal disputes with their business partners; unfortunately this is often the result. An early investment in a good quality legal advice can pay unknown dividends for your business.
At McNamara Law we work with your accountant and other advisers to gain an understanding of your business as well as your personal circumstances and goals, to create a structure and plan that will give you the best chance of success.
Every business, and every person involved in a business, has a unique set of factors so there is no ‘typical’ structure that will suit every business. These factors will include:
The type and complexity of the structure will be determined by considering all the relevant factors, and may include one or more of the following:
McNamara Law will provide you with exceptional personalised advice on the most effective structure for your business. We also consider estate and succession planning issues, including provisions for ending your ownership of the business.