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Nominal Partnership

Have you got an NHS contract and if so, have you protected it?

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A way of protecting your NHS contract is by organising a ‘Nominal Partnership’ with another individual (dentist).  This means that if something were to happen to you, you would not lose your contract and you are effectively safeguarding your estate/family if your business were to be sold.

If your contract is not protected, there is a distinct possibility that your contract will be ‘lost’ to your estate and the value that you could have been relying on to support your family in the future also being lost.

So why not talk to us as to how to prevent this happening.

We have expert advisors who will be able to provide you with guidance and support in setting up your Nominal Partnership.

Contact us on 0330 088 11 56 or provide your details below and a member of our team will be in touch with you shortly


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