A partnership, or business entity, such as a limited liability or closely held corporation, is like a marriage; that is, it is great when it works. Promises are broken. People do not always get along. Things do not always go as planned.
Sometimes a partnership does not work and a dispute arises. Pursuant to the legal documents that establish the business structure, the parties owe to one another various legal duties and contractual obligations.
The central obligation between partners is the duty of loyalty, good faith and fair dealing.
It is important to have a lawyer that understands corporate structure, contracts, civil litigation, arbitration and how various specific business activities (such as real estate development, construction, restaurant operations, and other investments) operate in order to provide thoughtful legal counsel to a person involved in a partnership or business dispute. Mason Law Firm possesses this multi-faceted skill set.
If you are involved in a partnership or business dispute contact Mason Law Firm for a free initial consultation. Let our experience be your guide.