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Corporate Transactional Services

Corporate Transactional Services

Corporate Transactional Services

Our specialist team has extensive knowledge and a great track record when it comes to advising on every aspect of Corporate Transactional Services, large or small.

Whether you’re a small family business or a multi-million pound international venture, we’ll identify and address the key issues likely to impact on the successful conclusion of a deal. And by involving us early on in the process we can add value to strategy, planning and structure for the best possible outcome.

We can help you with the following:

  • Buying and selling businesses
  • Mergers and de-mergers
  • Management buy-outs and management buy-ins
  • Reorganisations and restructurings
  • Legal due diligence, disclosure and verification
  • Shareholder tax planning
  • Subscription and shareholders’ agreements
  • Joint venture agreements

Our team has specialist experience in the care sector, acting on the acquisition and disposal of care home companies and businesses, both care of the elderly and children’s homes and schools. And our cross-jurisdictional experience means that we regularly help manufacturing, software and pharmaceutical businesses here in the UK and all around the world.

For any queries relating to Corporate Transactional Services, please contact Grant Esterhuizen on 01202 786224.

Company reporting

New company reporting regulations came into force in July which apply to medium, large or very large sized companies.

GDPR qualified

Geoff Trobridge, Partner at leading law firm Lester Aldridge, has passed the data protection exam set by the British Computer Society, the Chartered Institute for IT, with a distinction and is now a qualified data protection practitioner.


Lester Aldridge is delighted to announce its membership of the UK200Group, the UK’s leading association of independent law firms and chartered accountancy firms, with connections around the world.


Many businesses will be familiar with conducting business through contractual documents such as purchase orders, rather than a signed contract.

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