We Help Business Owners Organise Their Companies.

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What does your company need?

If you are a company director or shareholder, you may need some of the following:

  • A shareholders agreement.
  • Assistance with issuing or cancelling shares.
  • Preparing shareholders or directors resolutions on important topics.
  • Transferring shares.

Many Australian businesses are structured as proprietary limited (Pty Ltd) companies. We can assist you with corporate governance issues: the legal aspects of organising and managing your company.

Our principal lawyer, James Irving, says:

Many people set up a company online or with the help of their accountant, but aren’t sure what to do next. Having a discussion with a lawyer can be helpful. 

Company directors should make sure that the legal documents that control their company do exactly what the shareholders. The wrong place to discover a problem is in a courtroom after a dispute erupts. That will cost a lot of time, money and energy. Directors need to check their company constitutions carefully, and it’s usually a good idea to have a shareholders agreement in place to reduce the scope for future disagreements.

If you would like to discuss your business legal issues with a lawyer, contact us.



We enjoy working with business owners to find solutions unique to them.


Advice For Growing Businesses

Keeping up with you.

As your business evolves and changes, you will meet new legal problems. If your business is structured as a company, you may need to expand it to bring in new shareholders, or change your set-up if a director or shareholder leaves, e.g. by buying back and cancelling shares, or you may want to bring in new investors and create a new class of shares for that purpose. We help our clients find solutions for these kinds of problems that develop as their company’s situation changes.  We support our clients’ business success.

If you would like to discuss your business legal issues with a lawyer, contact us.

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