Our Estate Planning Team provide wealth planning advice including wealth structuring and asset protection, business structuring and business growth advice and estate planning. We have extensive experience in all matters relating to structuring, tax minimisation and asset protection strategies.
We tailor advice to meet our clients' specific wealth planning needs, in addition to providing ongoing strategic advice, to ensure optimum operation and growth with the minimum amount of risk. Our aim is to help individuals and their families protect and grow their wealth.
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Commonly Asked Questions
That is great, you should definitely make a Will if you do not already have one and there are options both through your Will and your business structuring to transition your business to your son.
This is part of our succession advice area of expertise, contact us for a face to face meeting and advice on what options are available to you.
A partnership is a commonly chosen structure for husband and wife businesses. Just keep in mind that if you are planning to grow your business and eventually sell an interest to others, a more diverse structure such as a company may be more suitable.
In any case, it is important to look closely at your current situation and future plans before deciding on which structure to use, please contact us for further information.
There are many things to check before buying shares in a company, this includes the company’s current financials and trading history. Unless you are buying shares in a listed company you need to be satisfied that the shares are worth the sale price.
You also need to consider what percentage of shares you are purchasing and therefore what rights you should have in the conduct of the company.
These matters are usually addressed in a shareholders agreement. Please contact us for guidance on how to proceed.