New York / National Partnership Dissolution Attorneys
When heirs to a company or family held business disagree over investments and business operations, a partnership dissolution may be necessary to protect a company, its shareholders, or its board of directors. At Gallion and Spielvogel, LLP, we represent clients in business dissolutions involving complex financial issues related to company assets, business operations, and contractual arrangements. Working with forensic accountants, tax experts, and other financial professionals, our lawyers protect our clients’ business interests while taking pre-emptive action that reduces the likelihood of future legal complications for them.
For more information regarding our practice and how we can help protect your interests in a business dissolution, contact Gallion and Spielvogel today.
Business Dissolutions – Legal and Financial Issues
The attorneys at Gallion & Spielvogel LLP advise and represent clients in regard to the following issues associated with business partnership dissolutions:
- Breach of shareholder agreements
- Business evaluations for partners who want to cash out
- Disputes involving mergers and acquisitions
- Allegations of a breach of fiduciary responsibility
- Disagreement regarding others buying into a company
- Breach of contract involving proprietary information and intellectual property rights
- Determining the implications of an operating agreement
Bylaws and Operating Agreements – Understanding Their Application
Since bylaws are typically drafted and approved under the charter of a company’s Articles of Incorporation, they are often important when disputes arise regarding who has the authority to make decisions for a company. Additionally, in the case of limited liability companies, operating agreements typically include buy-out provisions, capital contributions by members, and terms related to the dissolution of the company. Understanding how to apply bylaws and operating agreements is essential in making sure your company isn’t saddled with an undue financial burden that depletes your business of much needed capital.
At Gallion & Spielvogel LLP, our attorneys pay particular attention in determining what the legal and financial implications of bylaws and operating agreements are for a company. We accurately determine a business’ value, any assets subject to division, and address legal issues associated with intellectual property rights and proprietary information.
Contact Experienced Business Dissolution Attorneys
Partnership dissolution can be extremely complicated. Gallion & Spielvogel LLP has the financial and legal sophistication required to address complex issues that often impact a company’s security and position in the marketplace.