Whether a decision to dissolve your business is voluntary or because factors out of your control have forced closure of your business, the New York business attorneys from Mahir Nisar Attorney at Law. can assist you. Our firm is well versed in the Business Corporation Law of New York with respect to both judicial dissolutions involving majority shareholders and minority shareholders. Our experience with corporate transactions and commercial litigation give us an edge over other business litigation firms. You need an attorney who will fight for what rightfully belongs to you in the difficult process of what is known as a business divorce. Our firm is here to provide its aggressive representation for you and your business so that you can focus on getting back to business. If you are a partner in a corporation which is involved in a deadlock with other partners, you should call upon our firm to help you fight for your rights within the corporation.
We will guide you to take the steps necessary to dissolve your company or business. We deal with creditor claims against the business and will advise you about the legal disposition of the company assets based on the type of entity in dissolution. We are equipped and experienced to structure favorable settlements between partners in settlement buy-outs. If you are involved with a partnership dispute or a contract dispute with your partners, contact our attorneys immediately in order to protect the business you worked hard to develop.
It is vital that the dissolution of a business is resolved completely with the greatest attention to detail. Our team is well-prepared in all aspects of business law as regards dissolution from the initial proposal to terminate, to the filing of paperwork with State and Federal agencies, to the division of assets and handling of extra litigation issues. We are also versatile in corporate mergers and acquisitions and change of ownership should either possibility arise.
We urge you to contact a New York business litigation attorney at our firm today for guidance and legal counsel for business dissolution.