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The hospitality, event sector and the fitness & wellbeing industries are reeling to adjust with the latest changes. Our legal team will work in your best interest to ensure your personal & business risks are minimised during these unprecedented times of rapid change.
- Learn protective strategies
Ensure that your personal assets are protected.
- Navigate this crisis with legal confidence
A team of experts that can handle all your concerns before they become problems.
- Manage and Negotiate with Creditors
We’ll confidently act in your best interest make arrangements with creditors while maintaining control of the business
- Discover & facilitate ‘best options’
Sajen can facilitate opportunities to scale down or even close temporarily, enabling you to move on with business once the dust has settled
- Best ongoing legal support
Resolve issues neatly, minimise personal risks and set the stage for the return of growth.
Get some control back!
Sajen Legal is proud to offer our community of small businesses the opportunity to ride out the coming storm with a level of control that many owners are starting to feel they have lost.
The Sunshine Coast is Australia’s small business hub. We understand the blood, sweat, tears and unrelenting passion it takes to build a business up from the ground. At Sajen Legal we intend to do our bit to ensure our community can come back from this disaster and prosper once more.Book your free Consultation Now
Sajen Legal’s sole purpose is to protect small to medium-sized businesses.
As a business owner, you need a lawyer that puts your business first. A firm that works with its clients, not on them. Sajen legal is not only there to support you as your business grows and expands, but when things get rough, we have your back.
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Free resources & advice from Sajen to help you navigate this crisis
The hospitality industry is now clearly the first true financial casualty of the restrictions recently placed by the government on our usual way of life. The inability to gather in groups, social distancing and cancellation of events, conferences and the like was brutally swift and unexpected. It has had an immediate and direct impact upon continue reading
A company is an association incorporated under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (the ‘Act’). The effect of incorporation gives the company a separate entity, distinct from its directors and shareholders. It can enter into contracts, sue and be sued in its own right. The Australian Investment and Securities Commission (ASIC) is the Government body authorised continue reading
I was recently invited to sit on Your Business Panel. The panel was put together with the objective of assisting business owners by providing expert advice from different professions, in a unique question and answer session. One question asked during the panel’s session highlighted to me the importance of asset protection in the structure of continue reading
During difficult economic conditions it is important that all directors revisit their duties as directors and are aware of how the board should deal with the situation where a company is in financial difficulty and may be insolvent. What is insolvency? A company is deemed to be insolvent when it cannot pay its debts as continue reading