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Company Secretarial

Our company formations service includes checking the availability of your chosen company name, preparing all incorporation documents (including standard Articles of Association), producing statutory books and registers and the preparation of share certificates.

We use leading company secretarial software to deal with the day-to-day, and ever-increasing, demands imposed on English companies by the Companies Act 2006 and related legislation. Our system features on-screen company records, updated registers and a compliance diary which, together with online filing at Companies House, mean we can offer an efficient service at a competitive rate. The technology is supported by readily available expert advice from qualified solicitors who are experienced in all aspects of company law.

Our Annual Company Administration Service includes the preparation and filing of the Annual Return, updating statutory books with any basic changes (for example, changes of director), the use of our office address as your company’s registered office, forwarding formal or legal correspondence received for you (other than mailshots) and providing you with a company profile comprising outline information on your company, drawn from the statutory registers. Where your company is dormant we may also prepare the annual Dormant Accounts for filing.

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