Our growing commercial division has a huge wealth of knowledge and experience of advising businesses from Start Ups through to Mergers and every stage in-between. Our pragmatic legal advice and guidance at such critical stages has helped maximise the good news and minimise the stress.
Our unique position of providing our clients with the highest quality legal advice combined with the convenience of our locations in Tonbridge and Sevenoaks, means that we are fast becoming the number one commercial law team in Kent. New clients often comment on the level of quality and value they experience with us. We are committed to the highest level of service at the best possible price. This enables our clients to gain our advice during their decision making process, not afterwards when they might wish otherwise!
After the great idea comes the challenge of realising it. Part of that process is making sure that your business is properly constructed as a Legal Entity. Our Company Commercial solicitors will help you create the right structure for you and your business. We can help you plan for the future and have helped our clients buy or sell their business, possibly the biggest decisions entrepreneurs can make!
Our corporate team can also help with Commercial Property, Employment Law, Litigation, and Property Dispute Resolution. Each section of our Commercial website will help you understand what we can do to help you. Naturally you can call us, we’ll be happy to help and let you know how best you need to proceed in any given corporate scenario.
- Warners Solicitors is recommended as a Top Tier Firm in the South East Warners Solicitors is delighted to announce that it has maintained its ranking in the Legal 500 directory 2016 as a Top Tier Firm in the South East for Agriculture and Estates...
- Outstanding contributions needed more than ever in uncertain times Steve Colville, who is recommended as a Leading Lawyer in Agriculture and Estates in the 2016 edition of The Legal 500, considers some of the uncertainties facing Farmers in an article in the September issue of Farm Business. You can read the article here: