Legal advice when buying a care home
When buying a care home, an eye for detail is vital. We can help you ensure your property, employees and commercial contracts are all in order, leaving you to give your residents the attention they need. Our clients range from first-time entrants to established operators looking to add to their portfolio.
Why choose Royds Withy King?
We have created a highly specialised team of professionals that are nationally recognised as leaders in their field. When you contact us, you know that you are accessing a legal team that has the collective experience to complete your purchase with ease and efficiency. We are transparent with our pricing and honest in our practice. Contact us today and we can discuss the best way to begin your process for you.
Tailoring our approach
We know that one size doesn’t fit all. We understand that experienced operators may want to handle some aspects of the purchase themselves. On the other hand, a first time entrant will put their trust in us to guide them through the process from start to finish. We can tailor our service and fees accordingly.
An eye for detail
Our lawyers know the care sector inside out. We know the right questions to ask a seller, what the key risk areas are and how to protect a buyer against any future liability.
A full service
Our team cover all aspects of advice needed during a purchase. If you are new to the market we offer additional services to help you ensure you set up and operate a compliant business:
- Advice on and drafting CQC registration forms
- Drafting Service User Contracts
- Care Adviser Service includes:
– HR & employment law advice with insurance against Employment Tribunal claims awards and settlements
– Employment contracts, policies and handbooks
– Immigration advice
– Health & Safety consultancy and insurance against defence costs
– Safeguarding advice
– CQC compliance advice
– Service user/Residents contracts
– Mental capacity & DOLS advice
– Social care and employment law e-updates
Share purchase of 22 bed residential home for existing operator in Devon
Asset purchase for new entrant of 28 bed nursing home in Special Measures in East Anglia for £870,000
Asset purchase for new entrant in Coventry for £1m
Asset purchase of 137 bed home in Chester for existing provider from a national operator for £3.8m
Asset purchase of two 40 bed nursing homes in Brighton for existing operator for a combined sum of c. £3.5m
Asset purchase of two 40 bed nursing homes in the Midlands for existing multi-operator for combined sum of c. £3m