Create a shareholders agreement for your company online
Answer simple questions in our web-based questionnaire
We create a document tailored to your requirements
Our detailed lawyer review process ensures that your document matches your instructions
We e-mail your document to you
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Price: £49.00 ex VAT (£58.80 inc VAT)

Suitable for use in: England & Wales and Scotland

When you use our online service, our software creates your document for you as soon as you have finished answering a questionnaire about how the owners intend for the company to be run.

The questionnaire takes about 25 minutes to complete.

We save your answers every time you move to a new page, so if you want to take a break at any point, you can return later without having to start from the beginning.

When you have completed the questionnaire, you can choose for your agreement to be e-mailed to you immediately in Microsoft Word format (compatible with many different word processors), or you can arrange for an experienced lawyer to review your document so that you have confidence that it is legally sound.

If you choose our review service, we aim to check your template and return it to you within 72 hours.

Suitability for your company

This service can produce agreements for private limited companies registered anywhere in the UK where any of the following apply:

  • the company is newly formed
  • shareholders of an existing business want to change or record their agreement
  • one or more shareholders require additional protection, for example a minority shareholder who is also a significant lender
  • the business is owned by family members only

This questionnaire allows you to choose options covering:

  • process and rights to appoint and remove directors
  • duties of directors, and rights to change those duties
  • decision making on important matters
  • dividend policy
  • exit provisions and transfer of shares, including drag along and tag along rights, rights of preference and rights of first offer
  • key man insurance
  • use of shareholders' assets within the business
  • strong reporting requirements
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