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Partnership Dissolution • Shareholder and Partner Disputes
Many attorneys don't understand business relationships and the complex financial entanglements. The Charles Johnson Law Firm brings both business savvy and demonstrated negotiation and courtroom skills to disputes among owners of small, closely held businesses.
Based in Houston, we take cases anywhere within the greater Texas area. Experienced business law attorney Charles Johnson represents partners, primary shareholders or minority stakeholders in dissolutions, buyouts and other legal conflicts.
Dissolution of Partnership
Whether the partner relationship is irretrievably broken, or you are mutually parting ways to pursue other opportunities, sorting out the intermingled interests is a daunting task. Houston Criminal Attorney Charles Johnson provides the sophisticated analysis and representation to protect your interests in equitably dividing the assets and liabilities. As in a divorce, one party may be entitled to a greater split if that partner was more involved in the business or loaned money to the operation. We provide cost-effective counsel to achieve an out-of-court dissolution that avoids future obligations and legal disputes, but Mr. Johnson is a skilled trial lawyer who will not let a once-trusted partner walk all over you.
In a small business, owners commonly mix their personal interests and assets with the best interests of the corporation, other stockholders and partners. When conflicts arise, the challenge is to separate those interests out while maintaining the integrity of the company. Charles Johnson understands business finance and accounting, proportional investment and loss, minority shareholder rights and all the other factors in resolving shareholder disputes.
Mr. Johnson personally meets with you to explain your rights and explore your options. Contact Attorney Charles Johnson today to discuss dissolution of a partnership or other business disputes.