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Shareholder Dispute Lawyer Centennial, CO

shareholder dispute lawyer Centennial, CO

When disputes between business shareholders or partners happen, it can lead to legal problems. If the situation is not handled promptly, these disputes can result in the demise of a partnership or corporation. Business disagreements often entail a concern related to personal conflicts, future direction of the company, or the company’s finances. If you are dealing with a situation like this, please contact our Centennial, CO shareholder dispute lawyer immediately. The sooner we intervene to amend the problem, the more we can mitigate damages. Our team at Volpe Law LLC is ready to speak with you. 

Consequences of a Dispute

When a business is formed at its very beginning, the partners or shareholders are usually more focused on getting the company up and running to make a profit. Then, they are making sure the business is set up accordingly to prevent conflicts between shareholders or partners. In the partnership agreement there may be terms such as what happens if a shareholder or partner gets divorced, dies, gets disabled, or wants to leave the company. Internal disputes within a corporation can lead to a deadlock between partners and shareholders, which causes time to be lost and potential expensive litigation. When there is a problem, the daily operations of the business may get left behind or become a secondary priority. Profits may decline as a consequence, and morale among workers goes down. The partners or shareholders may get fixated on the dispute and unintentionally lose sight of business objectives.

Preventing Business Disagreements

As our dedicated shareholder dispute attorney may discuss with you, by properly drafting a partnership or shareholder agreement, it can often prevent disagreements from arising. For corporations, buy or sell agreements can have a formula for assessing the value of the corporation, how a shareholder would leave the corporation if they wish to do so, and avoid shareholders from selling shares to those the other shareholders don’t want to have them. A partnership agreement can address these issues so if they do arise they have instructions on how to handle them and rules that every shareholder must abide by. However, even if all the precautions are taken, disputes can still occur. When they do, prompt and decisive action has to be taken. Mediation may fail, and if litigation is the next step, we can represent you and help you prepare for what is to come. 

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When people get together to build a business, rarely do they actually want a disagreement to happen in the future. But situations like these do occur, and being prepared is a great way to reduce how much the business operation and profit is impacted. If you are dealing with a problem currently and need advice, our CO shareholder dispute attorney is ready to meet with you. If you are just starting your business and want to create an agreement that is legally-binding and effective, we can assist with that as well. Don’t hesitate to speak with Volpe Law LLC about your business needs. 

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