Resolving issues for your business partnership
When business partners fall out, it can put the operational future of an organisation in jeopardy.
In the most serious cases, it can stop a business in its tracks and lead to the partnership’s dissolution and the company being wound up. A partnership dispute can send out a message that things aren’t under control and staff morale, confidence and retention can be badly affected, as well as the wider commercial world.
Partnership disputes can also happen after a partner has left the organisation or once that business has stopped trading. There might be disagreements about the division of assets, use of intellectual property, or dealings with customers.
How our Partnership Disputes Solicitors can help
Our commercial disputes lawyers help make situations clearer. Acting for individual partners as well as groups of partners, they quickly get to the heart of issues and put together a strategy for resolving the dispute. They help clients separate the emotional elements from the commercial and steer them towards an outcome which protects and promotes their short and long-term interests.
Our team recognises that any breach of trust between people as closely connected as partners needs to be handled with sensitivity, but they also make sure that clients remain focused on the issues that matter most.
Our partnership disputes solicitors are experienced in mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution which can avoid the courtroom. But if a client is forced into litigation, our lawyers put forward a robust case, always keeping pressure on the other side.
"Nelsons Solicitors Limited's 'excellent' team has notable expertise in construction, debt recovery, insolvency, professional negligence, IT and intellectual property and commercial property disputes, leveraging the firm's wider practices in these areas where necessary."Legal 500
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