Assisting SMEs & Family Businesses
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are companies whose turnover or headcount falls below certain limits. In the UK, SMEs are defined as companies that have a turnover of no more than £22.8 million, a balance sheet of no more than £11.4 million and fewer than 250 employees.
We have a long history of acting on behalf of family businesses or SMEs on a variety of matters throughout every stage of your business.
Alongside your financial advisers, banks, accountants, pension trustees and surveyors, we work as a team to provide a practical commercial approach to suit your needs. Whether it is liaising with your accountant on a Business Start-Up, Purchasing a Property through a pension fund or considering Commercial Contracts and Terms and Conditions; we can take care of it all.
Providing in-depth knowledge to help your business
We believe in giving you the best service possible. With extensive experience in providing you with the in-depth knowledge and expertise necessary to ensure the success of your business, we pay attention to each and every small detail.
- At Jackson Lees, we understand that no two businesses are the same. We take the time to listen to your needs before delivering a made-to-measure solution to achieve the best results for your business.
- Working with you every step of the way, we respond to the needs of your business as it changes and guide you through your range of legal requirements.
Get in touch with Jackson Lees
Our knowledge of Corporate and Commercial Law will ensure that sound advice on your business is never far away. Jackson Lees can help you avoid potential legal issues that can arise with a new business, as well as help you deal with any problems or Disputes as they occur. If you would like to speak to us about your business, call us on 0151 282 1700 and find out how we can help you make your ideas a reality.
Ongoing Legal Advice
Putting in place the investment is just the beginning of the process and to make sure that your business benefits fully you need to take up-to-date advice on all types of issues that may impact on your businesses success, such as engaging consultants and experts to add value to your business and putting in place adequate protection for the sale of goods or provision of services with Terms and Conditions.