Veterinary.

Veterinary businesses are unique and therefore specialist advice is essential in order to maximise the potential of each practice. We have extensive experience of advising veterinary practices on a national level at every stage of their development. We can advise on a wide range of legal issues which any veterinary practice might face.

We have developed an employment law and HR support package as a cost efficient solution for your veterinary practice. We can provide you with all of the benefits of having an internal HR department at a fraction of the cost.

Working closely with your practice, our highly skilled professionals will supplement your existing management team and deliver a professional service to you at all times. You can rely on us to take care of your employment law and HR issues.

Please click here to download our employment law and HR support brochure for more information.

Commercial law

Our commercial law services include advising on share and business transfers, LLP and partnership agreements and commercials contracts. We can help you whether you are setting up a small veterinary practice, negotiating your way through a complex practice sale or acquisition, or making a major commercial decision.

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Commercial property

Our real estate team can assist you with buying or selling your veterinary practice premises or entering into or terminating a lease.

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Employment & HR

We can advise you on dismissal, disciplinary and grievance matters, unfair dismissal, discrimination, apprenticeship schemes and contracts of employment. We also advise on the employment aspects of business transfers and reorganisations.

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Wills, tax and probate

We handle all private client matters, including estate planning, wealth protection and tax mitigation. We also deal with trust creation and administration, lasting powers of attorney, will drafting and probate.

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Regulatory

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) is responsible for regulating the veterinary sector and for overseeing the fitness to practise (conduct, health and performance) of veterinary surgeons. Where the RCVS has taken action against a veterinary surgeon we can advise on any Disciplinary Committee procedure and any appeal by the veterinary surgeon to the Privy Council.

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