You and your business partner(s) may want to dissolve your business, or perhaps there are disputes among the partners. When business partners have decided to end the partnership, there are certain issues that must be attended to so that all matters are fully resolved and future litigation avoided. If you wish to dissolve your business, consult with a Santa Clarita business attorney to help you.
Poole & Shaffery, LLP has 25 years of experience helping business and corporate clients successfully dissolve their businesses.
Not all business dissolutions involve disputes. Sometimes all partners are in agreement; when that is the case, the dissolution can be wrapped up more quickly. An attorney may only need to draw up an agreement, which would include how the property connected with the business will be divided and how any financial obligations will be addressed and resolved.
It may also be necessary to involve the courts when disputes prevent an amicable dissolution. Due to the fact that the partners are not in agreement, litigation may be necessary to make determinations regarding financial obligations, property division, etc.
Without proper legal guidance, you may think that your dissolution agreement is firm, only to find out later that some loose ends were not resolved. These loose ends could potentially be the source of serious legal problems that plague you far into the future. Don't let this happen. The Los Angeles attorneys at Poole & Shaffery, LLP are focused on each client's goals and objectives. If a mutual dissolution is not forthcoming, they are committed to using their skills to negotiate a resolution or litigate if necessary, and the firm offers the most cost-effective resolutions. When you contact the firm, you will be able to confidentially discuss your situation.
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