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Healthcare

Our lawyers understand healthcare

If you’re looking for a law firm with a proven track record in healthcare, combined with a personal approach, MLP Law is the right firm for you.

Our healthcare lawyers have in-depth experience of working with a range of healthcare providers, in both primary and secondary care across a wide range of legal disciplines.  We blend our specialist knowledge with wider commercial awareness to provide specifically tailored advice, unique to your requirements within the healthcare sector.

Whether you work within a private clinic as a consultant, or as a general practitioner in the public sector, our healthcare lawyers are available to provide support around business challenges such as partnership deeds, to enable succession plans across a practice, exit planning, landlord contracts and structures for private practices. Our full service, proactive approach also means that we will provide advice to meet your personal planning needs, around areas such as wills and retirement planning.

We are particularly active in helping our clients assess the impact of regulatory changes and exploiting opportunities in healthcare reform.  Due to our breadth and depth of experience, any issue or concern you may have will certainly be one we have dealt with before.

[supertagline]We act for all types of professional practices: dentists, opticians, GPs, consultants, pharmacists, children’s day care nurseries, care homes and care in the home providers. [/supertagline]

We will help you with:

  • Partnership agreements
  • Retirement and dissolution
  • Profit sharing issues
  • Property sharing, acquisition and disposal
  • Business sale and acquisition
  • Regulatory issues, including CQC
  • Employment
  • LLP or limited company conversion and incorporation
  • Wealth management and retirement planning

For more information on the above please contact our healthcare team on 0845 0738 445 or email info@mlplaw.co.uk

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