We act for high net worth families who own and operate their own businesses. Family-owned businesses come with their own challenges which we have the experience of handling. Whether your matter involves handing over your business (or a part of it) to another generation, or you require us to resolve your dispute with a family member and/or you require us to provide you with a risk management solution; then rest assured, your matter will be handled with the utmost care.

We appreciate the sensitivity around working with and owning a business with your family members. We find that this often requires a delicate touch. We deliver well-balanced services which have regards for the fostering of your relationship with your co-owners/family members; this is whilst our advice and representation provides a robust solution for what your business in fact requires for it to be run efficiently.

We have the technical knowledge which we combine with our commercial awareness and our confidence to drive your transaction to a successful conclusion. We will do the careful thinking required for all aspects of acquisition including an investment exit strategy.

You can count on Zakery Khub Solicitors:

Straight talking legal advice – no matter how complex your matter.
Your best interests are at the heart of everything we do and at the forefront of our minds.
With our in-depth knowledge we are able to foresee your needs & with that in mind, carry out the necessary work only.
We strive to constantly deliver exceptional standards of service with the aim of minimising the impact of any dispute on your personal or business life.

"We thrive on the knowledge that our clients are put at ease, with peace of mind that their matter will be dealt with competently and consistently by a dedicated member of our team."

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Omid Khub

Managing Director

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Press ReleaseTHE FCA V AVACADE LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION) (2) ALEXANDRA ASSOCIATES (U.K.) LIMITED

The analysis of Adams and Avacade has now resulted in two different decisions by the Court of Appeal. For precise details of the difference, please refer to the records of our analysis of Adams and Avacade as presented to the Court of Appeal on 7 th and 8 th July 2021.