Setting up a Business in the UAE

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James Berry & Associates is one of the longest established
legal practices in Dubai, offering an overall solution for the highly diverse needs of their clients. We spoke to them to find out more about their region, and how they assist businesses in the UAE.

About James Berry & Associates
Our services range from businesses entering into the country and establishing legal status, to setting up a business, advising on corporate transactions, or concluding employment arrangements, right through to advising clients of need in their personal affairs.

Our associates are legal professionals with qualifications obtained from various international jurisdictions. As a result, their training and experience enables them to provide a high standard of advice and legal expertise in every case.

What differentiates us is that, apart from being knowledgeable in the law, and experienced in advising on transactions, we recognise that what ultimately matters to our clients is the outcome. As such, we make it our business to set and manage realistic expectations.

Drawing on our years of experience and highly trained lawyers, we provide our clients with clear and practical advice on all their legal issues in a friendly and accessible way. We provide legal advice for businesses through our Corporate/Commercial department and for people personally through our Private Client department

In our region, there is a wide range of options is available to individuals and to international companies who are looking to establish a business presence. This ranges from companies incorporated under the Commercial Companies Law to companies incorporated within the Free Zones. The incorporation team at James Berry & Associates provides professional and personalised assistance to clients. We assist our clients in setting up and maintaining in good standing companies incorporated in Dubai, Sharjah and/or Abu Dhabi.

Furthermore, we assist our clients with registrations such as limited liability companies, branches and representative offices of non-UAE companies, professional licenses, professional associations, non-profit organisations and/or business forums as well as free zone companies.

Alongside these services, we also work with offshore companies incorporated within UAE Free Zones and/or within other offshore locations. We are registered offshore agents and are therefore fully authorised to assist you in the setting up of offshore companies in the Jebel Ali Free Zone. We also incorporate offshore companies in other popular offshore locations outside the UAE.

With offices located on Sheikh Zayed Road, James Berry & Associates provides clients with central and accessible offices to meet our associates.

Company: James Berry & Associates
Email :enquiries@jamesberrylaw.ae
Web: www.jamesberrylaw.com
Address: 304, API World Tower, Sheikh Zayed Road
P. O. Box 52294, Dubai, UAE
Telephone : 971(4)3317552
Fax : 971(4)3317553

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