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Bridge McFarland can offer you practical, uncomplicated advice, support & guidance when you need it most. Whether it be an employment dispute, family advice, an accident or negligence, life planning or moving house, let us help you.
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Our commercial team in Lincoln, Hull, Market Rasen and Grimsby prides itself on its sound business sense, commercial insight, local knowledge and first class understanding of the relevant legal disciplines ranging from employment law, business contracts, dispute resolution to agriculture and property development. From company formation to sale, succession, dissolution or dispute resolution, you can trust our team to deliver first class service and results.
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Contentious Probate

 

Our experienced lawyers work closely with our non-contentious trust & estate practitioners to offer exceptional expertise.

 

Contentious Probate
How do I keep my information private?
This is often a concern for sellers when providing potential purchasers with sensitive information about their business. Any prospective purchaser will need to see information about your business so as to make an informed decision as to whether to proceed and at what price.

However, you need to ensure that the purchaser cannot walk away from the deal and use the information you have provided for their own benefit. You can therefore enter into a “confidentiality agreement” or “non-disclosure” agreement with the purchaser. These documents contain details of what information will be regarded as “confidential” and to whom it can be disclosed (for instance, professional advisors). They will also deal with what happens if the purchaser breaches your confidentiality.