Business Partnership Dispute Lawyers

Cary Business Dispute Attorney

All businesses depend on contracts to keep things from going awry, and if they do go awry, they turn to an experienced business dispute attorney to make things right. A civil litigation attorney can provide strategic advice, zealous advocacy, and efficient assistance at the times businesses need it the most.

While we all hope that having the right contracts in place can prevent most disputes, they do still happen. A business attorney will work to enforce your rights and find solutions to minimize your obligations. Some matters may be able to be resolved through mediation or negotiations, but if they can not be, our office will work hard to achieve the optimal outcome for you as efficiently and quickly as possible.

We handle a variety of business disputes including basic contract enforcement, breach of contract, collections, construction disputes, financial service disputes, partnership disputes, and much more.

Cary Business Litigation Services

At the Law Offices of D. Hardison Wood we work every day to protect Cary, North Carolina investors and enterprises. Our city is one of innovation and growth and therefore a thriving hub of business. Let us help you with any of your business dispute needs including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Business Dispute Representation: Business litigation is not an everyday occurrence for most business owners. It can be scary and confusing when you have had a disagreement with your partners, investors, vendors, or clients. We are skilled and trained in dispute resolution and business litigation and can guide you through the process to achieve the best possible outcome for your situation. While we will strive to resolve your dispute without a trial, we are able and willing to litigate a dispute if necessary.
  • Litigation for LLC Member Disputes: There is a delicate balance when it comes to dividing corporate responsibilities among the partners. The partners are expected to perform acts that are in the best interest of the business, but sometimes that does not happen as it should. Consequently, the well-being of a business can suffer. If an LLC partner has exposed you to liability or violated terms of the agreement, you may be in a position to protect your investment and business by filing a claim against them. To do so you will need representation from an effective, experienced Cary business dispute attorney.
  • Breach of Operating Agreement Claims: An LLC operating agreement controls the internal workings of your business. All parties are then bound to the terms of the agreement. If one party fails to abide by the agreement, the other partners are entitled to bring a lawsuit against the negligent party to enforce the other members’ rights under the agreement.
  • Partner Disputes and Dissolution: From time to time, partners of a business simply have disagreements with how the business should operate. The attorneys at the Law Office of D. Hardison Wood will try to determine the cause of the dispute and what options may be available for remedying the problem. Unfortunately, sometimes the issues are so great that the only solution may be to dissolve the partnership. If that happens, we will ensure that our client is treated fairly when it comes to dividing liabilities and assets. We have the experience to protect the best interests of our clients.

Contact Our Office Today

If you and your business partners are having a dispute, it is imperative that you have hire a business attorney to ensure that your rights are protected. Whether you are the owner of a small business or a large corporation, we have the experience needed to represent your rights to the fullest extent necessary. Contact our office today to schedule a consultation.

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  • Se Habla EspaƱol
  • Over a Decade of Legal Experience
  • Track Record Of Success
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  • Millions Recovered For Our Clients

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