Stokes Partners commercial services team draws on substantial and wide ranging expertise to advise a range of businesses to help them achieve their commercial goals and to be well placed to meet business challenges. Whenever possible, we look to add value to the work we undertake for you.

Whether you are starting a new business, are already carrying on business as a corporate entity, partnership, LLP or as a sole trader, or an investor, we want to get to know you and your business so that we can tailor our service to suit your needs at all times.

We understand the commercial importance of creating opportunities, meeting critical deadlines and “getting a deal done”. We will work with you and, where appropriate, as a team with your other professional advisers, to achieve the desired and correct outcomes.

We believe that business in the modern and highly regulated industries means that reliable and responsive legal support is a necessity and not a luxury.

We undertake an extensive range of corporate and commercial work including by way of example, but not limited to:

  • Corporate and business start-up and future planning;
  • Corporate and business sale and purchases;
  • Corporate and business group restructuring;
  • Shareholder/partnership agreements;
  • Corporate share option schemes;
  • Commercial contracts;
  • Distribution and agency agreements;
  • Joint ventures;
  • Trade marks;
  • Data protection regulatory compliance;
  • Dispute resolution; and
  • Employment matters.

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Will Writing
The fundamentals of wills: Revocation

Our partner Michael looks at what makes a will and how they work, starting with revocation. Michael specialises in wills and inheritance disputes which means he is well position to explain this area and consider what happen when things go wrong.
The execution of a will, in most circumstances, revokes an earlier one.

A revocation clause, usually found at the start of a will, ensures there can be no doubt that the testator wanted their new will to replace an earlier one.

Reminiscence Learning last wee
Reminiscence Learning last week

All of us at Stokes Partners were delighted to host Archie from Reminiscence Learning last week.

Reminiscence Learning is an amazing Somerset based charity specialising in raising awareness of dementia across communities and generations, providing respite activity to support carers and those they care for and organising training sessions, carer support groups and community activity sessions.