Business Litigation Attorneys
  • | Greenville, SC
  • | Charlotte, NC
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(864) 236-5013

Business Break-Ups

Our attorneys can assist with the dissolution of your business

Breaking up a business can be a complex legal process. If not done right, one or all of the parties involved can suffer serious financial consequences. That’s why it’s critical that you talk with an experienced attorney who thoroughly understand business litigation law and who can advise you on the best approach for successfully dissolving your business.

Our experienced attorneys at Eller Tonnsen Bach, LLC have the knowledge and the expertise you need when dealing with such complex legal cases. We have worked with businesses of all sizes. We thoroughly understand the rules and regulations governing such legal matters. We know how complicated such cases can often be for everyone involved. That’s why we never take a one-size-fits-all approach. Instead, we can recommend different legal strategies tailored for your unique circumstances.

Why do business break-ups happen?

Business break-ups (sometimes referred to as a business separation) often involve businesses run by business partnerships. The dissolution of a business partnership happens for many different reasons. These include:

These are just some of the reasons why businesses break up. Each business often has its own unique reasons. That’s why it’s important for the attorney advising you to understand your motivations and your goals when assisting with your business separation agreement.

What is a business partnership?

In order to better understand what needs to be done to break up a business, it’s important to be aware of the different types of business partnerships. That’s because each type of partnership can have an impact on how your business is dissolved. Common types of business partnerships include:

Depending on what type of partnership was formed when creating your business, different rules and regulations may apply when deciding to break up or dissolve your business. An experienced attorney can explain the options available to you and how best to proceed.

What options are available?

There are many options often available to business partners who want to dissolve their business. Such options include:

Whatever approach you decide to pursue, it’s critical to take into consideration the advantages and disadvantages of each option. That’s why it’s important to talk to a lawyer who fully understands the legal and financial implications of different business dissolution options.

How we can help you

Our attorneys take such legal matters very seriously. This is especially true if litigation is involved since lawsuits and other legal action can have adverse financial effects on all business partners, regardless of whether they are the ones seeking to dissolve or retain the business.

Our law firm focuses on resolving business break ups while minimizing the adverse financial impact. We understand you have worked hard to build your business to its current state. It’s our job to help you preserve the assets you have accumulated through your business partnership. As a result, we regularly work towards solutions that minimize unnecessary costs.

In particular, some of the services we can provide to you may include:

Discover what we can do for you. Contact our law firm and schedule an appointment with one of our attorneys at our three office locations in South Carolina and North Carolina. We’re here to help you achieve success.

Our Locations
Greenville, SC

Greenville, SC

1306 S Church St

Greenville, SC 29605

(864) 236-5013

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Charlotte, NC

Charlotte, NC

10800 Sikes Pl #200

Charlotte, NC 28277

(704) 530-3620

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Charleston, SC

Charleston, SC

901 Island Park Dr #202

Charleston, SC 29492

(843) 548-1670

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