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Commercial Law

Commercial Law. Mildwaters Lawyers Kadina South Australia. Image: untitled (1 of 4) by UNCG Research via Flickr.

Mildwaters Lawyers offers a broad range of commercial and business law services.

Our firm principal, Kylie Mildwaters, holds a Commerce Degree which involved studies in accounting, economics, taxation and general business.

These studies, in addition to her legal qualifications, have provided her with a wealth of knowledge of business matters and have given her a firm foundation within which to practice commercial law.

Commercial law overview

Our commercial law and business law services include:

  • Farming rearrangements
  • Farming disputes
  • Partnership agreements
  • Advice in relation to partnership disputes
  • Commercial disputes
  • Preparation of trust deeds
  • Advice in relation to trusts
  • Documentation required in relation to trusts – including appointment of new trustees
  • Contracts and agreements
  • Business succession planning and advice
  • Advice about business structures
  • Sale and purchase of business
  • Liquor licence applications
  • Establishment of new companies
  • Advice about franchise agreements

Some of the best advice that we could give our clients is to make sure that they get proper legal advice before signing any commercial or business documents, such as partnership agreements, franchise agreements or licence agreements.

So often we are called in after the event to provide advice and a solution to a dispute or problem that has arisen as a result of a client signing a document that they never would have signed if they knew what it contained.

The earlier the better

Getting proper legal advice and making sure that you know what you are signing before you enter into any business or commercial arrangement is the first step in avoiding potential problems in the future.

If you require advice on a commercial or business document such as a franchise agreement, then you are welcome to contact us and provide us with details of what you require and to deliver the document that you need advice on to our office so that we can provide you with advice as soon as possible.

Whatever your commercial or business law needs, contact us today to find out how we can help.

 

Image: untitled (1 of 4) by UNCG Research via Flickr. CC BY-SA 2.0

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