At Clay & Associates Advocates, we will help you to take the necessary steps for company incorporation in Kenya, whether you wish to set up a new venture or expand an overseas operation.
We know that funds may be tight for you, so we’ll provide you with competitive quotes and give our view on what you should prioritize and what can wait.
In setting up your new business, you will be faced with a number of key choices with regard to structuring, funding, and taxation. We will explain the differences between operating as a sole trader or partnership or incorporating as a company or limited liability partnership (LLP).
Commonly, we help clients with:
So whatever your problem or situation, our highly-trained and experienced team has seen it all before. To get started, please contact us to discuss your requirements and arrange a legal assessment.
Before any fees, we’ll first schedule a consultation to listen and learn more about your situation.
The session is an hour long, and there are no obligations to engage our services afterward.
As part of the consultation, we’ll lean on our years of experience as company incorporation lawyers to suggest the best solution for you or your business.
Our friendly company incorporation Advocates and Practitioners are on hand to carry out a complimentary legal assessment of your business and advise how best to protect your valuable investments, so get in touch today to discover how we can help you.
In Kenya, several legal entities are available for starting a business. The most common types of legal entities are:
The choice of legal entity depends on various factors, including the nature of the business, liability protection, tax implications, ownership structure, and growth plans. It is advisable to consult with a lawyer or business advisor to determine the most suitable legal entity for your specific business needs in Kenya.
The steps for company incorporation in Kenya typically involve the following:
It’s important to note that the specific requirements and procedures may vary depending on the type of legal entity being registered and any specific industry regulations. It is advisable to seek guidance from a lawyer or business consultant familiar with the incorporation process in Kenya to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
The costs for registering and incorporating a legal entity for a business in Kenya can vary depending on various factors, such as the type of legal entity, the authorized share capital, and the services of professionals involved. Here are some typical costs to consider:
It is important to note that the above costs are general estimates, and actual costs may vary. It is advisable to consult with a lawyer, business consultant, or the relevant government agencies for the most up-to-date and accurate information regarding the specific costs involved in company incorporation for your business in Kenya.