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Lebanon Business Separation Agreements Lawyer
The end of a business partnership is often a very stressful time for everyone involved. Differences of opinion, shifting goals and managerial challenges can make it difficult for owners to come to terms on a separation agreements.
Skilled Representation For Business Partners
Henry & Beaver, LLP, has more than 100 years of experience helping business owners go their separate ways. If you are looking to end your business relationship with a partner, business law attorneys Heather A. Eggert and Christopher J. Coyle can help you develop an appropriate separation agreement that supports your needs and interests.
We consider a wide range of important factors as we work to create an effective solution. Ultimately, we are concerned with your financial well-being. Whether an associate is leaving the company or you wish to exit yourself, we will protect the assets you have earned within the organization. We are also concerned with the health of the business itself; we will always seek out a solution that has a minimum negative impact on the company’s operations.
Building A Solution That Is Right For You
Our legal strategy is driven by a close personal association with our clients. When you contact our law firm, one of our business separation agreements lawyers will meet with you one-on-one to discuss your situation and your goals for an effective resolution. Together, we will pursue a solution that will allow both you and the company to move forward.
Contact Our Law Firm
If you and your partners are caught in a dispute over a planned separation, contact our Lebanon, Pennsylvania, law firm. We will act quickly to create a separation agreement that suites your needs and limits negative effects on the company.