Fairsquare LLP is the UK’s premier Slicing Pie law firm.Mike Moyer, author of Slicing Pie, on LinkedIn

WHAT WE DO


SLICING PIE STARTUP ADVICE

  • expert advice from actual Slicing Pie users
  • UK startup lawyers
  • legal setup advice
  • company, partnership or LLP
  • flexible shares
  • dynamic equity
  • fair and logical

We help choose the best legal structure for your Slicing Pie startup, whether that’s a company, partnership or LLP, and give practical advice based on our own grunt fund experiences so you can avoid getting burnt.

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GRUNT FUND LEGAL SETUP

  • legalise your grunt fund
  • incorporation
  • HMRC-friendly proven solutions
  • maximise sale gains
  • pay 20% CGT, not 40% income tax
  • or 10% if Entrepreneurs’ Relief

We offer tested full setup service solutions that implement Slicing Pie, including shareholder and finance agreements that are HMRC-friendly, tax-efficient and legally-binding.

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ONGOING LEGAL SUPPORT

  • invite new joiners
  • capture IP
  • grunt fund finance
  • Slicing Pie share transactions
  • help with Companies House
  • investors and growth

We provide ongoing legal support and expertise to help you look after your Slicing Pie startup, including when new grunts join, and commercial, IP and corporate finance advice.

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WHO WE ARE


 

We’re Deborah Griffiths and Maxine Chow, co-founders of Fairsquare LLP, the UK’s first grunt fund law firm. We wanted to use Slicing Pie for our own business. So we worked out how and incorporated the UK’s first dynamic equity Slicing Pie company.


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HELPFUL STUFF


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“Excellent discussion yesterday with Maxine Chow and Deborah Chambers Griffiths discussing dynamic equity allocation based on Mike Moyer’s Slicing Pie. Luckily Maxine and Deborah have worked out a way to get dynamic equity allocation legally structured for the UK and tax efficient. It’s often only when you’ve been burnt by share structures that ultimately didn’t compensate appropriately that you realise the value in putting in thinking time into the equity docs and structure up front. I recommend management teams and advisers take a look.”

– Jill Ridley-Smith, Non-Executive Director, Business Mentor & Coach, on LinkedIn

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We love meeting startups who also love fairness. If you’re looking for
UK startup lawyers to help you with Slicing Pie UK solutions…

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