Shareholder and Partnership Agreements

Many businesses fail to put in place basic shareholder or partnership agreements. This means that when disputes arise in the future between shareholders or business partners these disputes can get messy and often expensive and time-consuming court Magnifying glass on shareholders agreementproceedings are required to resolve the dispute.

We strongly recommended that before establishing or joining a business an agreement is put in place to ensure that any future disputes which arise in the future can be resolved in a timely and amicable manner.

Our commercial lawyers can assist with thinking through all the issues and scenarios which may present themselves in the future, even ones which may not have been thought about before. While it is best to put an agreement for place prior to establishing or joining a business it is certainly possible to put such agreements in place after establishing or joining a business.

Located in Lilydale and Berwick, our commercial lawyers can assist you with preparing an agreement wherever you or the business is located.

Please do not hesitate to contact us on (03) 8658-0040 for a free, no-obligation consultation about the possibility of establishing an agreement between shareholders or business partners.