Commercial law firm Kuits has been advising Coronation Street on a number of storylines as the soap recommences production.
Following the relaxation of lockdown restrictions, the writing and filming of the popular show is back underway, with Kuits offering expert legal assistance on a number of upcoming plotlines.
The Kuits corporate team has assisted by providing guidance on company arrangements and finance structures for upcoming stories that will impact the show – mirroring the work the team has been doing with businesses across the North West to help them navigate through the coronavirus pandemic.
Other areas the firm has offered detailed advice on include property, planning, wills and probate, and insolvency.
Kuits has been supporting the long-running soap for a number of years, which has resulted in the development of a strong and trusted relationship between the firm and Coronation Street producers and researchers.
Kuits executive partner, Robert Levy said: “In delivering on-screen narratives that offer accurate portrayals of real-life situations that affect everyday lives, Coronation Street continues to lead the way.
“By using our commercial expertise, Kuits is pleased to offer legal advice on a wide range of different storylines, ensuring that they are true to life as possible.”
A Coronation Street representative said: “Viewers can look forward to watching some fascinating stories develop in the next few months and we thank Kuits for their help in making them as accurate as possible.”