Business Startup Support
Thinking of starting a business?
Here at Greenhalgh Pickard, we provide integrated legal and accounting services, making business start ups our specialty.
Employment law is a challenging area and getting it wrong can have severe consequences on you and your business. Employing a professional you can trust is the best way to minimise risk when it comes to managing employees and meeting your workplace obligations.
Our experienced employment solicitors will guide you through your business start up journey, through providing the required legal documentation and support so you can reach your business goals.
If you are looking to start your own business, we recommend choosing the services relevant to your individual needs. We provide transparent, fixed-fee pricing, to enable you to customise your own business start up journey.
What can we help with?
Registering your business
Shareholder or partnership agreements
Drafting policies and procedures compliant with awards
Registering and protection of business intellectual property
Developing the appropriate business structure
We are passionate about turning our clients business goals into a reality. You can be assured your business will be compliant with the relevant legislation requirements and in the best position to succeed, when engaging the team at Greenhalgh Pickard.
Why Choose Us?
If you are considering starting a business, the two professionals who can prove most valuable are lawyers and accountants. We appreciate your time is valuable and through offering interrelated legal and accounting services, our processes are as efficient and simple as possible.
Our team will get to know you and your business, so we can develop a firm understanding of your goals and ensure the correct legal frameworks are in place to support this.
As your guides and advisers, we offer business health check ups after 6 months of operation, to ensure your business is reaching its full potential, offer our support and check you are complying to the employment law obligations.
Protecting your business should be a priority, not an afterthought. If you are starting up a new business, leave it to the experts in employment and business law to make this process simple and seamless.
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If you are interested in meeting with an accountant or lawyer regarding your business or commercial interests, please fill out the form to book an appointment or call (07) 5444 1022