Dissolution

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The commercial litigation and corporate law attorneys at KALIS, KLEIMAN & WOLFE have experience in handling the dissolution of legal partnerships, corporations and LLCs. Businesses dissolve for various reason, including but not limited to, retirement, business succession, career change, mergers and acquisitions, loss of capital or financial backing, misconduct, partner and shareholder agreement to disband, and more.

Our business dissolution attorneys help companies assess their options in an effort to make decisions with minimal financial and emotional effects. The best way to prepare for business dissolution is to have a comprehensive exit strategy in place before the dissolution or break-up.

KALIS, KLEIMAN & WOLFE can assist and advise clients in business dissolution matters involving

  • Establish and execute exit strategy plans
  • Review of partnership agreements, operating agreements, corporate bylaws, etc
  • Conduct a business evaluation (what business is worth)
  • Division of assets and liabilities (review leases, contracts, loan agreements, etc)
  • Distribution of shares
  • Tax implications (business owned property, employer taxes)
  • Notifying creditors and settling creditor claims
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Litigate contested business dissolution

Business owners and executives have the obligation and responsibility to their employees, shareholders, partners and families to protect their companies and operations from the legal threats that haunt businesses including business dissolution. As qualified Lead Counsel business law attorneys, KALIS, KLEIMAN & WOLFE will help prepare businesses with the legal issues that may arise with dissolution of a business.

For more than 80 years combined, our business attorneys have handled some of the biggest litigation matters in South Florida. We pride ourselves on not just being lawyers, but being lawyers and counselors. Our goal is to do what is right for our client from both a legal perspective and a business perspective; including litigation when necessary to resolve a dispute.

If you are faced with business dissolution or a business dispute and need guidance on any contract need, contact the experienced Corporate Law Attorneys at KALIS, KLEIMAN & WOLFE, P.A., the South Florida-based commercial litigation law firm today at (954) 791-0477.

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