At Stirling Ackroyd Legal, we understand that it can be challenging to budget for legal fees – especially during this trying time with the current hardships we are all facing.
Boardroom disputes can affect the survival of any company, partnership or LLP.
At Stirling Ackroyd Legal we have extensive experience in resolving business disputes quickly.
Disputes between shareholders, directors, and partners can arise for a range of different reasons from the direction of the company to individual conflict. When a dispute arises it is vital that you secure and establish a legal position from the outset that will help you to take the best course of action.
By combining our clients’ legal rights and obligations with a strategic business understanding, we can dominate negotiations and achieve the best possible outcome.
Why Work With Us
We quickly establish the facts, and advise on legal rights and obligations and from that implement a proactive strategy that will and has achieved a favourable outcome that is tailored to your business objectives.
Using all options open to clients, we will always seek to achieve the best results using company resolutions, meetings or employment-related actions where possible to try to avoid more substantial and uncertain litigation.
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Following the Governments announcement on the UK going into lockdown, many businesses have followed protocol and have instructed their employees to work from home.
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