In today’s episode we have our expert panel, Matthew Grech from SME Business Sales and Aspect Legal’s very own Fiona Yiend and Joanna Oakey. Today our panel really drills and digs into the importance of brokers and lawyers working together.
- What a strong relationship between Broker, Client and Lawyer looks like in it’s good form and bad form
- What are the different elements that make a strong relationship work
- Benefits of having a good and strong relationship with lawyers
- Things that create problems in a deal
- What a little care and respect can do for a transaction
Nowadays it takes a dedicated amount of time and energy to build good, strong, lasting business relationships. They are such an integral and necessary part of success.
What does a strong relationship between Broker, Client and Lawyer really look like? Why is it important? What do we get from it? All of that and more will be answered by our expert panel.
Matthew, Fiona and Joanna will be talking about the importance of a strong relationship between broker, client and lawyer and drills into what the different elements in ways we can work together as advisors for the benefits of our client and also for our own personal satisfaction as well.
In today’s professional world, lasting business relationships just don’t happen without the dedicated, consistent work from each team member whether it be in a simple transaction or a big deal.
Our Business Sales and Acquisitions Services
Aspect Legal has a number of great services that help businesses prepare for a sale or acquisition to help them prepare in advance and to get transaction ready. And we’ve also got a range of services to help guide businesses through the sale and acquisitions process.
We work with clients both big and small and have different types of services depending on size and complexity. We provide a free consultation to discuss your proposed sale or acquisition – so see our show notes on how to book a time to speak with us, or head over to our website at Aspectlegal.com.au
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