professional practicesOur Professional Practices work is focused on developing trusted advisor relationships with key clients.

We deliver bespoke and holistic services to clients.

Our Partners and associate Consultants have years of experience at a senior level in the professional practices field, and work directly with senior management of our clients. We believe that no two professional services clients are the same, and appreciate that cultural issues often guide the most appropriate solution for a firm.

At Khiara Law, your business will only be handled by the engagement Partner who can share the benefit of their experience with you.

We are client led, rather than service led.

Our clients may be structured as LLPs, or may operate in the legal services sector, but as they innovate by establishing a new subsidiary business, seeking external investment, or restructuring financial arrangements within their group, we recognise their changing needs. We offer LLP and partnership law, corporate law and ancillary employment law advice, together with SRA and FCA regulatory advice as part of one service.

Our holistic advisory approach marks us out from our competitors.

We are leaders in our field.

We are recognised a leading advisors on LLP and Partnership law in both the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners directories, and have a vast expertise covering all aspects of governance, structural and financial issues for LLPs.

Examples of our LLP work:

Rachel Khiara has 17 years’ experience as a leading LLP and partnership law advisor, and delivers legal, practical, tailored and business-focused advice to professional practices. We have assisted many firms drafting or updating their LLP Deeds and ancillary constitutional documents, converting from partnership to LLP, acquisitions and mergers of legal businesses and closure of SRA regulated businesses. The work of Khiara Law also involves negotiating financial, exit and entrance arrangements with individual partners, as many firms prefer to resolve these issues outside of formal dispute resolution or contentious forums.”