Business Dissolution & Breakup Attorney in Seattle
Looking Out for Your Best Interests when Your Business Ends
Irrevocable differences among partners can shake a business until the only possible outcome is its collapse. While this can be an emotionally trying time for you, it’s a time when you need to look out for your best interests to make sure you receive a fair outcome in your business’s dissolution.
No doubt the past can cling to someone’s heart during this time, but focusing on disentangling your assets and business interests from your partners can offer you opportunity down the line. NWBizLaw has helped our clients through this process to reach favorable outcomes for their goals during dissolution.
Whether our clients have sought their share of the company’s intellectual properties, real estate holdings to past clients, or cash available, we’ve provided competent representation backed by a decade of experience that delivered agreeable results for them.
To reach a business dissolution and breakup attorney in Seattle who can help, contact NWBizLaw online or call (206) 565-0090 today.
Helping Clients Navigation Business Dissolution
Dissolving a business is never an easy task, either practically or even emotionally in cases where the business has existed for decades.
Nonetheless, there are good reasons for it such as:
- Irrevocable disagreements among partners
- A partner has breached your partnership agreement
- Business has substantially slowed or halted entirely
- Succession failure – no one is willing to replace key partners who’ve retired or passed on
Working with our Seattle business dissolution attorney, Eric Helmy, means he’ll take time to understand your company, its assets, and what each partner wants out of a dissolution. We can offer negotiation for your interests and engage in business litigation to help you secure them, if necessary.
When the time has come to conclude business and end your company, reach out to NWBizLaw for the help you need by contacting us or giving us a call at (206) 565-0090 today.
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"The time Eric spent with me saved me thousands of dollars!"
The time Eric spent with me saved me thousands of dollars in legal fees and saved my business. Thank you Eric and Northwest Business Law!- Charlie Muhlenkamp