Brabners are an independent, regional law firm established over 200 years ago with offices in Preston, Manchester and Liverpool. We act for commercial clients of all sizes throughout England and Wales from owner managed business and SMEs to large PLCs.
We assist clients in all areas of law including company acquisitions and sales, succession planning, shareholders agreements, employment contracts, employment tribunal claims, commercial agreements, terms and conditions of sale, commercial dispute, debt recovery and all aspects of real estate including buying or selling commercial property or landlord and tenant issues.
We have a large private client offering in each or our three offices which assist our business owner clients and their families, high net worth individuals and people looking to properly plan for later life. Our services for individuals include wills and probate, estate planning, lasting powers of attorney, divorce and pre or post nuptial agreements.
Whether you need assistance with your business or personal needs, Brabners is here to help you.
We are guided by our mission to make the difference. We go the extra mile for our clients and helping them face the expected and the unexpected and are proud to be there when our clients need us most. We recognise that to make the difference to our clients, we need to care about the issues that matter to them.
We go the extra mile to deliver the right outcomes for our clients. We understand what matters to our clients and are a business that cares. We are here for our clients when it matters most. We are experts at what we do, with knowledge, insight and action you can trust and offer recommendations that deliver results.
Nikki is a Partner in our Corporate team and assists clients on a broad range of transactions (both on a solvent or insolvent basis).
She acts for a range of corporate clients from SMEs to large companies advising and assisting them on various transactions including mergers and acquisitions, management buyouts, employee ownership trusts, shareholder protection, succession planning and company restructuring. Nikki also assists investors and shareholders to properly protect their investment in companies by preparing and advising upon the appropriate agreements that need to be in place.
Nikki has a strong background in contentious and non-contentious insolvency work advising financial institutions, company directors and shareholders as well as acting for insolvency practitioners (both pre and post-appointment) across the North West.
She is classed as a ‘Recommended Lawyer’ by The Legal 500 and won the ‘Young Lawyer of the Year’ award at the Insider Young Professionals Awards in 2018.