Partnership Disputes & Commercial Litigation
Your business – like many others – may depend on the cooperation of partners to thrive. It is likely you went into business with your partner with no expectation that a rift could ever arise. Unfortunately, the reality is that many business partners will end up going through serious conflicts, which can impact their ability to continue working together. While some conflict can be resolved, other conflicts offer little choice but a dissolution of your partnership agreement.
When partnership disputes arise, your business can experience setbacks, many of them financial. Perhaps your business is currently experiencing a dispute between partners. If so, that dispute can have an effect not only on your business, but in your personal life, having a direct impact on your financial security. You may have recently discovered that your business is in disarray and that money is unexpectedly flowing out due to a partner’s unethical behaviors. Or perhaps you and your partner simply have a different vision on the direction you want your business to take.
Types of Partnership Disputes
Whatever your partnership dispute, you need strong legal counsel by your side to ensure your share of the company and your business interests are being properly protected. You may have worked many years to build up your business, and the last thing you want or need is to have your success compromised by your partner’s financial misdeeds. You may be experiencing one or more of the following issues with your business partner:
- Violations of your partnership agreement
- Disputes related to the terms of your partnership agreement
- Disagreements regarding how you believe the business should be run
- Disputes regarding the division of business profits
- Unethical practices engaged in by your partner
- Failure of your partner to fulfill his or her business duties
Creative Legal Solutions for Partnership Disputes
Partnership disputes can be particularly complex, requiring the most creative legal solutions. As a business owner you may simply be struggling to ensure the survival of your company, or you may have ideas on expansion or change that your partner is simply not on board with. Whatever your partnership dispute, the attorneys of Peck Hadfield Baxter & Moore can help. Our attorneys have extensive experience in handling complicated business litigation matters for our Utah clients. We will work with you personally to clarify the business issues at hand, devising a legal strategy which most closely suits your goals for your business. Some of the types of partnership issues Peck Hadfield can handle on your behalf include:
- Dissolution of a business
- Company goals
- Distribution of company profits
- Roles and responsibilities of company partners
- Creating or dissolving partnership contracts
- Obtaining injunctive relief when theft or fraud of business assets is an issue
When you have a Peck Hadfield partnership dispute attorney by your side, you will work directly with the lawyer, without having your meetings, phone calls or emails shuffled to support staff. Our attorneys are accessible to our clients, offering personalized legal solutions for your partnership dispute issue. We understand your feelings regarding a venture you may have built from the ground up and know there is a right and wrong way to navigate complex partnership disputes. To determine whether a Peck Hadfield attorney is right for you, contact us at 435-787-9700 for a comprehensive assessment of your partnership dispute.
While our office may be located in Utah, our law firm has the size, resources, and experience needed to handle partnership dispute cases throughout Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming. Contact our Utah partnership dispute lawyers. Call 435-787-9700 today. We are available to answer your questions and help you choose the legal path that is best for you.
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