Start-ups & Emerging Enterprises
TLFC Law are dedicated to supporting the Australian startup community by providing cost effective legal advice to help get you turn your big idea into a reality.
Starting a new business can be a daunting and exciting time. Launching your own business and getting it off the ground comes with a unique set of challenges. TLFC’s team of experts can help you navigate the early days of your business by providing advice on all aspects of your business to keep you prepared and to avoid common mistakes.
For start-ups, making the right legal decisions from the beginning, can be the most valuable investment decision you make. Our team include Accredited Business Law Specialists who have expert knowledge and experience advising business clients trying to get off the ground. Whether it is your legal structure, protecting current operations, IP protection, supporting future growth, ensuring your business is scalable and conducive to investment, the correct legal framework is paramount.
Our start-ups lawyers have over 20 years’ experience background spanning all areas of Start-up law. From incorporation, business structuring, shareholder agreements, buy sell agreements, registration and compliance through to contract negotiations, we have the depth and breadth of the law covered. We can also advise you on tax and superannuation, insurance or leasing arrangements for premises.
We understand that as start-ups, you are focused on growing your business idea, developing your products and scraping together enough funding to take your business to the next level. We get to know your business, your goals and your plans for the future. We will work with you to develop appropriate strategies to scale your business, enable positive disruption of the market and to combat anti-competitive behaviour that you may encounter.
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Phone: +61 (03) 8600 9333
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