Company secretarial lawyers

Our company secretarial lawyers provide tailored, practical and effective support to our clients, whether establishing new companies or assisting clients in meeting the everyday legal obligations of their businesses. Our lawyers work with regional, national and international companies to ensure complete and continuing compliance with their obligations under UK company law.

We give you cost certainty, so you can focus on growth

We offer a range of fixed fee company secretarial services, providing cost certainty for our clients. Our company secretarial services include:

Company formation services

  • Advising on the appropriate legal structure for your business
  • Drafting the incorporation documents, including bespoke articles of association and shareholders’ agreements
  • Dealing with Companies House incorporation filings including, as required, same-day incorporation
  • Advising on directors’ duties and responsibilities

Company secretarial & registered office services

  • Acting as company secretary and maintaining statutory registers
  • Preparing Confirmation Statements and other statutory documents
  • Acting as registered office
  • Changing the share structure of a company
  • Updating a company’s constitution
  • Share buybacks and reductions of share capital
  • Calling and holding general meetings
  • Appointing and removing directors
  • Restoring companies to the register
  • Dissolving companies

Interleges international lawyers


“A go-to team for owner-managed and smaller listed companies

– Legal 500 2018


Insider Dealmakers Awards 2018

Shortlisted for corporate law firm of the year 2018

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