SME Solicitors & Family Business Law
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are companies whose turnover or headcount falls below certain limits.
In the UK, SMEs are defined as companies who 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 advisors, 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.
We believe in giving you the best service possible. With extensive experience in providing you with in-depth knowledge and expertise necessary to ensure the success of your business, we pay attention to each and every small detail.
- At 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.
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Business isn't good, but I am stuck in my commercial lease with no way out
Not necessarily! If your lease contains a break clause, you may be able to leave provided that the correct procedures are followed. Always seek legal advice in plenty of time before the break date.
What is a break clause?
A break clause can be included in a fixed-term lease allowing either a tenant or a landlord to terminate the lease early.
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"I have dealt with two of your solicitors for two separate matters, both of whom have been excellent, I would urge anyone needing a solicitor to look no further than Lees."
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The staff at Birkenhead have always acted impeccably and I can't thank them all enough, in what has been a very traumatic and stressful time for me and my family - but onwards and upwards.