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What Would Happen to Your Business if You Passed Away Tomorrow?

By August 19, 2015February 12th, 2019No Comments

Can you confidently answer the below 6 questions:

  1. What would happen to my business if I were to die tomorrow?
  2. What would happen if my business partner died?
  3. Who would inherit my shareholding?
  4. Will the business have to be sold?
  5. Where would this leave my family?
  6. Can I leave the business to anyone of my choice?

Did You Know…? The implications of poor succession planning can be detrimental, not only to your business, but your joint business owners, co-shareholders, employees and your family and 71% of Greater Manchester Businesses have NEVER considered succession planning!!

Gorvins Solicitors, Cullen Wealth & IN Accountancy would like to personally invite you to our ‘Succession and Will Planning’ focus group, created specifically to discuss the importance and benefit of financially and practically planning ahead, whether you are a business owner, director or shareholder.

But don’t just take our word for it…see what past clients have said:

“Nobody wants to talk about death but talking through the issues surrounding succession planning with other business owners in a similar position was a very useful experience and it gave me a new perspective on some of the decisions that need to be made.” Daniel Turner, William Turner & Sons

Important Information

Venue:       Gorvins Solicitors, Dale House, Tiviot Dale, Stockport, SK1 1TA

Date:          Thursday 24th September


7.30am      Light Breakfast
8am            Welcome & Introductions
8.15am      Advice & Information Session
10am          Finish

Cost:           FREE

Your Speakers?

Christian Mancier, Partner in Gorvins’ Corporate & Commercial Team who specialises in the commercial aspects of succession planning, including Cross-option Agreements, Shareholder Agreements and Articles of Association.

Tasoula Crosby, Solicitor in Gorvins’ Wills, Trusts & Probate team who specialises in the drafting of wills to ensure businesses are protected against the sudden death of an owner or shareholder.

Richard Cullen, Chairman of Cullen Wealth, has extensive experience as an independent financial advisor, having worked in senior roles at two national advisory firms and having established Cullen Wealth in 1998.

To confirm your place on this bespoke seminar contact Gill Wood 0161 975 6700 or email by 11 September 2015