Category Archives: Legal

Shareholders Agreement

Shareholder agreements and why you need them

If you have been considering purchasing shares in a company then you may have heard the term ‘shareholder’s agreement‘ in passing. Although there is currently no legal requirement for companies and their shareholders to have a shareholder agreement, the implementation of such an agreement can prove crucial in protecting the rights and responsibilities of shareholders and to formally establish their role within the management of the company in question. In fact, many legal professionals advise that shareholder’s agreements should always be considered when there are between two and 20 shareholders in a company. In most cases, a professional shareholder’s agreement will contain the following information:

Prenup

Why Prenuptial Agreements Aren’t Just for the Rich

If you’ve thought about getting married then chances are you’ve probably heard the term prenuptial agreement thrown around. Many people ignore this important document, thinking that it is something that doesn’t affect them; prenuptial agreements are seen to be the preserve of the rich but this really isn’t the case.

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Top Tips for Saving Money During a Divorce

Divorce is one of the most stressful things that people can go through during their life. Apart from the emotional and mental toll that a divorce can take, splitting up a marriage can also have a big impact on a person’s finances.

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How to Pay for a Personal Injury Solicitor

The U.K. no longer offers legal aid for personal injury cases. Unfortunately, if you’ve suffered a personal injury, you’ll have to pay for legal representation on your own. The good news is that no-win no-fee arrangements mean you don’t have to pay anything at all unless your solicitor wins a settlement for you.

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Avoid Accidents at Work with a Building Site Safety Check

Recently on Money Bulldog we have published a couple of posts relating to what steps an employee should take in the event of an accident at work. What about employers though? What can they do to reduce the possibility of accidents like these from happening in the first place?