When Your Business Partnership Goes Sour
Sometimes the conflict between co-business owners is inevitable and cannot be solved. If your business relationship has deteriorated to the point where you can no longer work together, you need a business divorce. Like a marital divorce, the breakup can be amicable and mutual or one-sided and contentious.
Our business divorce and dissolution attorneys at Corash & Hollender, P.C., help Staten Islanders find solutions to private company disputes. A failed business relationship can bring a lot of uncertainty and stress. Still, it is a setback that you can overcome. We will help you with a resolution that meets your personal and business goals.
Dissolving A Business Partnership Without Harming Your Business Is Possible
There are many reasons that you may want to dissolve a business partnership. Whether it is amicable or full of conflict, our business divorce lawyers will work closely with you to address the various issues arising from a business partnership dissolution.
There are various options for structuring a business divorce, including:
- Selling the business
- Buying out the business
It is generally preferred to settle disputes without the use of litigation to avoid expensive and lengthy lawsuits. Our attorneys can utilize alternative dispute resolution methods to resolve the issues efficiently. Mediation and arbitration can be a more polite, economical, and efficient way of resolving issues between partners and shareholders. We will work with you and with experts in the field on issues such as business valuation to help you meet your goals.
Finding The Right Solution For You
Conflicts are inevitable in any business relationship, no matter how strong. When those conflicts become too much to bear, contact the attorneys at Corash & Hollender, P.C., to discuss a business divorce. We can help you work toward a solution that won’t damage the reputation or value of your business. Call us today at 718-691-1669 or fill out an online contact form to schedule a consultation.