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Shareholder Dispute Lawyer Parker, CO

Navigating Shareholder Disputes With Professional Assistance

Whether you are a corporation or a shareholder involved in a shareholder dispute, our Parker, CO shareholder dispute lawyer can help you resolve your dispute. We understand how complex and contentious such disputes can be, and will work hard to ensure that your rights and your stake is protected. To discuss the specifics of your dispute and find out exactly how we can help you, contact our team at Volpe Law LLC today to schedule a consultation.

Understanding Shareholder Disputes

A shareholder dispute may occur between shareholders and people working for the company or between different shareholders or groups of shareholders. These disputes may also occur for a variety of reasons. Misconduct, concern over illegal activity, breaches of contracts or shareholder agreements, violations of minority shareholder rights, profit-sharing disputes, failure to pay returns, lack of transparency, and conflicts of interest are just some of the common causes of shareholder disputes.

Resolving Shareholder Disputes

The first step of resolving shareholder disputes is to determine and follow any process for dispute resolution in your shareholder agreement. If a dispute goes beyond the scope of this process or a party in the dispute disregards this process, our Parker shareholder dispute lawyer can help you determine the best next steps to take.

There are many ways to resolve your dispute without going to litigation. Negotiation, mediation, and arbitration can all be productive ways to resolve a dispute before taking it to court, saving you time and money.

In negotiation, both parties of the dispute will attempt to discuss and resolve the dispute in a more informal process than mediation and arbitration. A shareholder dispute lawyer is still a good ally to have during negotiations, as they have important skills and experience that can help you come to a fair resolution during negotiations.

Mediation and arbitration are other forms of dispute resolution that can be taken before litigation. Mediation involves both parties discussing the dispute along with an independent mediator. Arbitration is when an independent arbitrator or a panel of arbitrators hears each party present their case and comes to a decision on the dispute.

If a resolution cannot be reached through negotiation, mediation, or arbitration, litigation is the final course of action to resolve a shareholder dispute. Litigation means taking a case to court by filing a formal complaint against the other party in the dispute. The case will then be heard in court before a judge and jury. Litigation is costly and can often be a long, drawn-out process, but it may be the last resort to resolve your dispute. Our Parker shareholder dispute lawyer is prepared to represent you and your interests in court if your dispute requires litigation.

Our Dedicated Legal Assistance

When dealing with a case as sensitive as a shareholder dispute, having experienced legal assistance is paramount. We strive to perform dedicated, personalized assistance to all of our clients. From a consultation to an investigation and representation in any negotiations or court hearings, our shareholder dispute lawyer will fight hard for you every step of the way. To begin the process of resolving your dispute, contact Volpe Law LLC today to schedule a consultation.

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