Structuring a company can be complex
Setting up your company with the proper government registrations can be a complicated process. Establishing key elements of your business from the get-go, including company name, address, and structure (directors, shareholders and equity split), is pivotal to your business’ long term health. Every business is different, so you’ll need to have a structure in place that is catered to your needs, including how you operate and your plans to obtain finance.
Getting it wrong can cause serious problems down the line
Starting up a business is hard and frantic work. Knowing where to start, what to obtain and how to set it all up legally is a must. If you improperly structure your business, you may be bogged down by costly restructuring and disputes down the track.
We assess your circumstances and make recommendations
UX Law can handle your company incorporation from start to finish. We’ll register your business with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), and provide advice on the important issues:
- Best-practice business structure
- Advice in relation to the number of shares and equity splits
- Advice in relation to director roles
- Obtaining an ABN and tax file number
Once you’re set-up, we can provide a number of related services, including:
- Drafting of key documents (shareholder agreements, company constitutions, employment contracts)
- Registering a business name or a trademark
- Director and shareholders resolutions
Frequently asked questions
Can I do this myself?
Are your documents automatically generated?
Is the price a fixed-fee?
Can I speak or meet with a lawyer, and will this cost extra?
What if I need this urgently?
This package doesn’t suit me, can I create my own one?
What if the document or advice I need isn’t on the website?
- Free consultation
- Advice on roles and structure
- Company incorporation
- ABN and TFN application
- Fast turnaround times (1-3 days)
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