Leigh Adams Business & Commercial Lawyers has been providing Business Law & Commercial Law services to his clients in North Sydney and the surrounding areas for over 20 years. Leigh Adams is an accredited business law specialist.This makes him the lawyer to see when looking for a North Sydney business lawyer. Only 150 lawyers of the 24,000 lawyers in NSW are accredited as a business law specialist. Don’t take risks with your business, commercial or legal requirements by seeking advice from a less than accredited law firm. As of November 2016, Leigh Adams Business Lawyers is now operating in conjunction with Owen Hodge Lawyers at Level 3, 171 Clarence Street, Sydney. Leigh Adams and his team will be consulting as usual and remain available for appointments in North Sydney. Any questions, please feel free to contact Leigh on 99640022 (preferred method). Business & Commercial Lawyers Leigh Adams Business Lawyers helps business and commercial clients with the sale and purchase of businesses, business start ups, shareholder agreements, loan and commercial lease agreements, setting up business structures, tax effective business succession agreements, and also with trusts, franchising, and finance and asset securities. Leigh Adams also helps his personal clients with wills & estate planning. Leigh Adams also prepares website terms and conditions. We get a buzz when we create a great document that fully protects you! Many lawyers prepare commercial documents without understanding the CGT impact of what they are creating. Or they are good at one of the issues raised but not the others. The client is oblivious to their exposure until the wheels fall off down the track – often years into the future. Our business succession documents are the subject of a successful ATO product ruling. We know of only one other law firm that has created such documents with such approval – and they are interstate. Anyway, the ATO product ruling means that when we explain how the documents operate and why they protect all the business partners from unwanted capital gains tax and unwanted tax on insurances proceeds (in the event of death, disability or trauma), we are not just guessing – we have the backing of the Australian Taxation Office.