When A Partnership Breaks Down

As the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex continues its fast-paced growth, there are many opportunities. When a partnership begins to fracture or disputes arise with shareholders as a business goes through any manner of disruption, it is essential to seek immediate sound legal counsel.

Since 1990, McElyea Law has been providing commercial litigation services to clients throughout Tarrant County. From my Grapevine law office, I can help you obtain the best possible outcome in high-stakes business law disputes.

My law firm has remained small and is thus able to be responsive to client needs and keep the focus on providing excellent service. Further, I am able to offer simple, yet flexible, billing arrangements.

Types Of Partnership And Shareholder Disputes

Some of the issues in the cases that we handle include:

  • Disagreements over management - Differences of opinion or concerns about performance that can result in divisive issues.
  • Diverging business objectives - Strategic decisions about expanding a practice or entering a new market or the negotiated terms of a contract can cause conflict.
  • Succession planning - Difficulties may emerge as a business is passed to the next generation.

In the course of founding and running a successful company, there are many times when conflict can arise. Retaining legal assistance is one way to find a solution that gets the business back on the right track.

Tailored Legal Services Designed To Fit A Client's Needs

Texas partnership and shareholder disputes can adversely impact the bottom line and lead to protracted litigation. Seek legal counsel from a business lawyer with over 25 years of experience to reach a timely and cost-effective resolution.

Schedule a consultation to discuss your concerns with me, by calling McElyea Law at 817-778-8199 or reaching out to me online.