San Antonio Partnership Agreement & Shareholder Dispute Attorneys
As San Antonio continues to grow, new businesses open to serve the growing economy in the Alamo City, issues may arise between business partners and shareholders. What may have been initial disagreements as to how the business should continue may quickly devolve into a legal battle for the control of the business and its assets.
Partnership or Shareholder Disputes Can Happen to Anyone
These partnership disputes or shareholder disputes are oftentimes between former trusted friends, colleagues, or family members, and can threaten the continued operation of the business. As new businesses in San Antonio strive to provide exceptional products and services to customers, a partner or shareholder who acts illegally to take benefits for him or herself at the expense of the business jeopardizes the very existence of the company. Vethan Law Firm’s partnership and shareholder attorneys in San Antonio first seek to stop the wrongdoer from further harming the business, and then will aggressively go after the bad actor to compensate the business and the other shareholders or business partners for the economic harm inflicted on the company by the self-dealing partner or shareholder.
Although not every partnership dispute may be avoided, when several parties decide to pool their resources to form a new business venture, certain steps must be taken to avoid very contentious and very personal shareholder dispute or partnership dispute litigation. Our San Antonio partnership and shareholder dispute lawyers in San Antonio can discuss the following with you:
I wanted to personally thank you and your staff again for doing such a great job. VLF has been simply amazing. Their professionalism, negotiating skills, and knowledge of the law have simply been a lifesaver for my business. The overall settlement was so much more than we ever expected and hoped for. Simply put, they saved my company. I cannot say enough about your firm and its staff. Thanks to you, my company will continue to grow and be profitable. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Scott StephensPresident, Custom Shop Guitars of Texas, LLCApril 10, 2016
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