Buying or Selling an Opticians Practice
Whether you are a first-time practice buyer, a current opticians business owner looking to expand your portfolio, or you are ready to close up shop, our specialist corporate healthcare solicitors can help you navigate the commercial, legal, and regulatory complexities associated with buying or selling an opticians practice.
Mel Kang Corporate Healthcare Solicitors are leading lawyers in the medical and healthcare sector with extensive knowledge focused solely on healthcare-related transactions, including the acquisition and disposal of both NHS and private opticians practices. Mel Kang has dealt with hundreds of transactions over the course of his career, so, when you instruct our corporate healthcare lawyers, you can trust that your matter will be handled professionally, efficiently, and resourcefully.
Get in touch with our corporate healthcare lawyers for further advice and information by calling 03330 143 401, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by filling in the enquiry form to the right of the page.
How our corporate healthcare solicitors can help you buy or sell and opticians practice
Our corporate healthcare solicitors have extensive experience applying their specialist knowledge to all business matters and transactions involving opticians practices, including:
- Buying and selling NHS and private practices
- Advice regarding asset purchase agreements and share purchase agreements
- Practice incorporation
- Advice on selling or buying into a franchise
- NHS General Ophthalmic Services (GOS) Contracts
- Property advice, including buying or selling freehold property, healthcare developments, and leases
- Funding and financing advice
- Partnership deeds
- Expense and Profit-Sharing Agreements
- Shareholder Agreements
- Fitness to Practice regulatory advice
- Care Quality Commission (CQC) matters
Valuing an opticians practice
Valuing an ophthalmic company or opticians practice is notoriously complicated, and the method you use to value it will depend on your individual circumstances. For example, you could value your practice on an assets basis, meaning the value of the property, the debts of the company, and any other valuable assets are all taken into account.
Alternatively, you could value your practice on the basis of the profits generated by the company or the profits that are expected to be generated.
Financing for opticians practices
When you instruct our corporate healthcare solicitors, you will obtain the benefit of Mel’s status as a Bank Panel solicitor for many leading healthcare lenders.
We can advise you on all types of optical finance products, including business loans, personal loans, consolidation loans, hire purchase agreements, equipment finance, tax funding, and shopfitting finance.
What our clients say about Mel and his team
“I used Mel and his team to deal with the purchase of my second opticians practice. They dealt with the bank refinance of my existing practice simultaneously with the acquisition of my new practice, with a successful completion. I would happily recommend Mel and his team to other opticians seeking to buy or sell their practices”.
Mr Hansil Shah, Owner [April 2019]
Get in touch with our corporate healthcare lawyers today
Get in touch with our corporate healthcare lawyers for further advice and information by calling 03330 143 401 or by emailing email@example.com.