Mergers and Acquisitions Solicitors | Royds Withy King

Experienced mergers and acquisitions solicitors

Mergers and acquisitions – ‘We’ll guide you through the M&A process and highlight any pitfalls that could arise in the future.’

Any merger or acquisition can be a complex and drawn out process. Our team of mergers and acquisitions solicitors is expert in project managing these deals and will always work to anticipate problems that may arise. This will prevent the process from stalling – or at least limit the impact of any difficulty.

From selling a company to management buyout advice

As specialists in corporate finance we can provide advice on every aspect of company acquisition and disposal:

  • Buying or selling a company
    Your deal structure is often driven by the tax implications for both sides. We will work in close partnership with you, your accountants or other corporate finance advisers to ensure that the correct structure is used and consistently reflected in the documentation.
  • Buying or selling a business asset
    You’ll need to know exactly which assets you’re acquiring and which liabilities you have taken on when the deal is completed. Your purchase may include TUPE aspects, which could result in future employee claims should you get it wrong. Our team of mergers and acquisitions solicitors can guide you through the process, highlighting any potential pitfalls.
  • Management buyout
    If you’re selling to an MBO team it can be tricky negotiating with your employees to get the best deal. Whatever your personal interest, the stakes are high. Receiving management buyout advice from an experienced corporate team who understand the best tactics can help you realise the full value of the deal.

Contact us to find out more about how our mergers and acquisitions solicitors can help your deal go through smoothly. Call us on 0800 923 2075 or email

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