Bergen County Partnership Disputes Lawyer
If disputes arise between business partners, it is important to resolve them as quickly as possible or they could impact the performance of the company. The best way to prevent partnership disputes from evolving into more serious issues is to address them as soon as they arise.
The experienced business law attorneys at Schepisi & McLaughlin, P.A., in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, will help you address your concerns and work to resolve them before they grow into more serious matters.
Our firm has been assisting business clients throughout Bergen County and northern New Jersey since 1978. Founding attorney John A. Schepisi has more than 45 years of experience helping small and large companies across a broad variety of industries.
The most effective way to avoid partnership disputes is to create comprehensive partnership agreements at the beginning of the business formation process. Our business law lawyers draft detailed contracts and agreements that prevent disputes and allow business partners to focus on their success.
Mr. Schepisi is a certified civil mediator who has helped companies reach agreeable settlements in simple and complex disputes regarding a variety of issues, including:
- Compensation matters
- Stockholder or shareholder dispute
- Negligent management
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Addition of family members
- Succession planning
We Work To Resolve Disputes Efficiently
We strive to resolve disputes early through negotiation. If we are unable to reach an agreement, we may recommend business dispute mediation with a neutral third party. If an out-of-court settlement is not possible, we are always prepared to protect our clients’ rights through litigation.
If partners are unable to resolve their differences, the best option may be to dissolve the business entity. This is a complex process that requires the assistance of experienced business law attorneys.
We want to help you before your dispute gets to that stage. Contact us to schedule a consultation. We will review the facts of your case and recommend the best course of action.