Business Team

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Our Business Team specialise in corporate and commercial matters.

Our experience ensures you receive focused, practical and pragmatic advice.

We work with individuals, business and corporations ensuring that their commercial objectives are met.

The Business Team is headed up by corporate lawyers who have primary responsibility for business related matters. In addition, the team includes experts in key practice areas such as tax, employment and property.

We advise in a broad range of sectors such as health, care, manufacturing and hospitality.

We enjoy advising and supporting many different types of client from a one man band business to a multi-million pound corporation. The service we offer is bespoke to your needs.

Examples of recent work:

  • Share sale of a pharmaceutical company for £1.7 million
  • Sale of a motor vehicle parts dealer for £750,000
  • Asset sale of hotel for £7.5 million
  • Sale of a software company for £6 million
  • Asset sale of group of hotels for 12.5 million
  • Sale of shares of a fishing company for £2.1million
  • Asset sale of 3 hotels in Torbay to a foreign investor for a combined purchase price of £12.5M
  • Family Buy-Out and Restructure of Importas Limited, a company based in Teignmouth that designs, sources, and imports beds and furniture to UK and European retailers.
  • Restructure of a company valued at circa £7 million
  • Sale of a company regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
  • Advising beneficiaries who inherited shares that required rectification/regeneration of the register of members
  • Sale of three care homes for £8 million
  • Statutory demerger of a group with a value of £17 million
  • Statutory demerger to enable the sale of a company from the group

We offer a full range of business legal services in:

Client Testimonial:
“Kitsons were quick to fully understand the transaction we required them to carry out for us.
From the point of our instruction, they were extremely diligent, and hardworking, in getting together the enormous amount of legal documents that were necessary within a short timescale, to complete our transaction.
Throughout the complicated process they gave us an enormous amount of good, solid, and commercial advice, to help steer us to a successful completion date, on time.

Client Testimonial:
“The Corporate Services Team at Kitsons acted on our behalf in the sale of our businesses. I can not recommend them highly enough. Natalie and Rosie were very efficient and ensured the completion deadline was met. They were always available to help, and were very professional.” 

– Owner, SME in Food and Drink Sector

Your business team are...

Nuay ShawLegal Assistant

Nuay is a Legal Assistant in our Corporate and Commercial Property teams

Jonathan DicksonPartner and Head of Trusts, Tax and Succession

Jonathan is a Private Client Partner, Taxation Technician & Chartered Tax Advisor

Jayme NicholsonPartner and Head of Employment

Jayme is a Partner and Head of our Employment Team

Corri PedrickPartner

Corri is a Partner in our Business Team

Christian RobertsonPartner

Christian is a Partner in our Commercial Team

Kitsons Solicitors - Rosie Evans

Rosie EvansAssociate

Rosie is an Associate in our Employment Team

Kitsons Solicitors - Nina Edmonds

Nina EdmondsLegal Support Assistant

Nina is a Legal Support Assistant in our Business team

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