Handling Business Dissolution and Break-Up
Are you facing a dispute with your business partners? In the event that such a business dispute is irreconcilable, the only possible outcome may be to disentangle your business interests from those of your partners with a business dissolution.
Managed carefully, the dissolution of a business venture can produce great opportunity. Sometimes, though, that means moving aggressively to protect your interests from the designs of your former partners. Everything from the business’s intellectual property and real estate holdings to former clients and cash is up for grabs when the break-up occurs, and you should have a competent business attorney on your side to make sure you get your fair share.
Navigating the Business Dissolution Process
Some business relationships last for decades, and a business break-up is often an emotionally trying time. Whether your business partner has breached your partnership agreement or accused you of doing the same, a business attorney at NW Business Law Group stands ready to be your guide. We will take the time to understand your business, its assets, and what each party wants out of the dissolution. We will negotiate on your behalf and pursue litigation where necessary in order to secure your interests.
In addition, we consistently employ aggressive litigation techniques to get our clients what they deserve. On the other hand, we do take care to protect ongoing business relationships that are crucial to our clients’ success. After all, an equitable and amicable conclusion to any business dissolution is preferable. Ultimately, however, the most important result is that our clients are able to keep the assets and interests that they deserve. Contact a Portland or Seattle business lawyer to find out how we can help you do just that.
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Breach of Contract
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How to Deal with Business Dissolution
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