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If you are thinking of buying, selling or refinancing an independent retail or community pharmacy, take a look at our new brochure detailing how Ansons can help ensure that the process is completed efficiently and professionally.
Our experienced team of pharmacy lawyers can assist you with all aspects of pharmacy law, including:
Any experienced pharmacy broker will stress the importance of ensuring you have the right legal team on board. As a Silver Business Partner of the National Pharmacy
Association, we are recognised as one of the country’s leading specialist pharmacy law firms.
However, you do not just have to take our word for it; here is what one of our clients had to say:
‘The service I received from Ansons was the best I have come across in dealing with many law firms.’ Buyer, London.
At Ansons, we have been active in this market for over 10 years, having carried out over 35 pharmacy transactions nationally in the last year alone.
Based in Staffordshire, our central location makes us ideally placed to conduct business with pharmacies nationwide, from the Isle of Wight to the Scottish Borders.
Whether you are buying, selling or refinancing, our expert lawyers will be there to guide you through every step of the process, from making or receiving an offer, right through to closing the final deal.
You can download the free brochure here. For a confidential discussion on any aspect of pharmacy law, contact Neil Jones on 01543 431184, or email@example.com
The contents of this article are for the purposes of general awareness only. They do not purport to constitute legal or professional advice. The law may have changed since this article was published. Readers should not act on the basis of the information included and should take appropriate professional advice upon their own particular circumstances.