LegalVision is a commercial law firm that provides legal support to Australian and New Zealand businesses. They offer such services as business sale & purchase, business structuring, corporate immigration, dispute resolution & litigation, and many more.
LegalVision provides banking and financial services and can help with drafting, reviewing, and negotiating loan agreements. Also, they can advise you in relation to revenue loans, convertible notes, and term sheets. The company can advise and represent parties in disputes.
LegalVision has an experienced team of FinTech specialists and can assist with obtaining an Australian Financial Services License, compliance with Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act, and crypto-related matters (blockchain, NFT, DAOs, IDOs, ICOs, ITOs, and others), Consumer Data Right, open banking and financial compliance.
LegalVision provides company registration services in Australia and can assist with company registration, obtaining ABN, applying for an ABN, applying for a tax file number, registering a company for GST, PAYG withholding, and registering a business name. Also, they can help to set up a company structure, run checks on existing company names, and provide advice on a suitable company structure.
LegalVision business lawyers can help with shareholders’ agreements and advice on issuing new shares, sale of existing shares, directors’ duties, dispute resolution, and conduct of board & shareholder’s meetings.
LegalVision provides tax services and can assist with initial tax structuring, restructuring, business exits, overseas expansion, foreign companies expanding into Australia, and employee share plans. Also, they can help with early-stage innovation company tax advice, state taxes, ATO objections & reviews, income tax & GST for property developers, estate planning, and investment structuring.
LegalVision is committed to constantly improving the delivery of legal services. Through our Employment Advisory Service, we provide businesses with accessible and expert advice at the time you need it most — to give you peace of mind that you are making the right decisions.
1)Buying or selling a business is an important decision. Whether you are the seller ("vendor") or the buyer ("buyer"), it is important that you protect your interests - before, during and after the transaction. 2)One of the first steps to a business purchase is due diligence. Due diligence is the process of examining a business and its operations to give you more information about what you are buying. A business lawyer can help during the due diligence phase of buying a business. For example, if you are buying a business that has many customers, you will need a lawyer to verify that contracts are in place with each customer and that these contracts cannot be easily terminated. 3) Generally, the seller is responsible for preparing the sales agreement. The buyer then reviews the agreement and proposes amendments. The parties will then negotiate until they come to an agreement that suits them both. It's a good idea to use the services of a specialist lawyer to help you draft, review and negotiate the purchase agreement.
Every business must deal with Australia’s complex tax system. At LegalVision, we have assisted numerous businesses and startups with critical tax issues.