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Partnership Drafting

An expert and comprehensive partnership drafting service

Services at a glance
  • Partnership drafting
  • Appointment of new partners
  • Retirement of partners
  • Partnership disputes
  • Variations to existing partnership agreements
  • Partnership agreement reviews for new partners wanting to know their rights and obligations
  • Drawing up or amending partnership agreements following a merger

Partnership drafting

First draft: £1000 + VAT
Refinements: £175/hr + VAT
Typical cost*: £1600 + VAT

First draft: £1250 + VAT
Refinements: £250/hr + VAT
Typical cost*: £2000 + VAT

*Note: This is an estimate based on a typical partnership agreement. The final cost may vary for agreements that are more complex (e.g. involving complex property arrangements) or protracted.

Partnership agreement review

Partnership agreement reviews are offered on a fixed fee basis.
BMA members: £750 + VAT
Non-members: £950 + VAT

Partnerships remain the most prominent business model in the healthcare sector and we offer a cost-effective and streamlined drafting service to document your working relationship with your partners and reduce risk.

Our service is fine-tuned to capture the specific intricacies and requirements of your partnership, so we can quickly draw up and complete a document that is practical, sector-specific and bespoke.

From covering the possibility of 24 hour retirement, to documenting locum arrangements, you can be sure we’ll understand your requirements and provide the necessary support and advice to navigate you through this sometimes tricky process.

We offer a fixed-fee service for preparing the first draft of your partnership agreements, so you can rest assured that you are getting the best possible support without the fear of spiralling costs. See the ‘fees guide’ drop down for more information about our costs. Don’t forget – BMA members benefit from discounted rates across our services.


When should you review your partnership agreement?

There are certain events in a partnership’s lifetime that should trigger a review of the agreement. These include new and retiring partners, along with disputes, changes in legislation. Find out more >