Technically you can sell your business without a lawyer, however we do not recommend you do this. A solicitor will ensure that all the terms of the agreement are included and that you are legally covered.Selling a business can be quite complicated and involve many legal pitfalls. A contract for sale should always be drafted by a solicitor because they are well versed in the law and will make sure that the contract complies with current legislation.

Unified Lawyers offer years of experience to clients who are buying or selling a business. From your very first phone call with us you can be assured that we will listen to you and that we really do care about getting you the best outcome.

We strive to succeed and care about all of our clients, no matter how big or small. If you would like to have a confidential discussion with an experienced property and commercial lawyer we are available on 1300 667 461.

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