Business Law - Fergal McManus Solicitor, Chartered Tax Adviser and Notary Public
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Business Law

Management consultants have long espoused the importance of systemising all processes in a business to reach a point where the business can operate independently of the owner. This tends to be a huge ask for a business founder and often only hits home after a health scare. There are certain legal structures which can be put in place to allow for business continuity in the event of incapacity or death of a business owner.