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Business Divorces – Post 6

April 14, 2015

Post 6

This series focuses on “business divorce,” the break-up of a business between business owners due to disagreement or other circumstances.  A business break-up leads to either one owner continuing the business without the other owner, the forced sale of the business to a third party, or a total dissolution or winding up of the affairs of the business.  Because the situation can be contentious, it may lead to unnecessary litigation.  Shutting a business is often not a viable option, so it may be better for one member to either buy out the other member or sell its stake to the other member. … Read the rest

Business Divorces – Post 5

April 9, 2015

This series focuses on “business divorce,” the break-up of a business between business owners due to disagreement or other circumstances.  A business break-up leads to either one owner continuing the business without the other owner, the forced sale of the business to a third party, or a total dissolution or winding up of the affairs of the business.  Because the situation can be contentious, it may lead to unnecessary litigation. Shutting a business is often not a viable option, so it may be better for one member to either buy out the other member or sell its stake to the other member. … Read the rest

Business Divorces – Post 4

April 7, 2015

This series focuses on “business divorce,” the break-up of a business between business owners due to disagreement or other circumstances.  A business break-up leads to either one owner continuing the business without the other owner, the forced sale of the business to a third party, or a total dissolution or winding up of the affairs of the business.  Because the situation can be contentious, it may lead to unnecessary litigation.  Shutting a business is often not a viable option, so it may be better for one member to either buy out the other member or sell its stake to the other member. … Read the rest

Business Divorces – Post 3

April 2, 2015

This series focuses on “business divorce,” the break-up of a business between business owners due to disagreement or other circumstances.  A business break-up leads to either one owner continuing the business without the other owner, the forced sale of the business to a third party, or a total dissolution or winding up of the affairs of the business.  Because the situation can be contentious, it may lead to unnecessary litigation.  Shutting a business is often not a viable option, so it may be better for one member to either buy out the other member or sell its stake to the other member. … Read the rest

Business Divorce – Post 2

March 31, 2015

Post 2

This series focuses on “business divorce,” the break-up of a business between business owners due to disagreement or other circumstances).  A business break-up leads to either one owner continuing the business without the other owner, the forced sale of the business to a third party, or a total dissolution or winding up of the affairs of the business.  Because the situation can be contentious, it may lead to unnecessary litigation.  Shutting a business is often not a viable option, so it may be better for one member to either buy out the other member or sell its stake to the other member. … Read the rest

Business Divorces – Post 1

March 26, 2015

Post 1

This series focuses on “business divorce,” the break-up of a business between business owners due to disagreement or other circumstances.  A business break-up leads to either one owner continuing the business without the other owner, the forced sale of the business to a third party, or a total dissolution or winding up of the affairs of the business.  Because the situation can be contentious, it may lead to unnecessary litigation.  Shutting a business is often not a viable option, so it may be better for one member to either buy out the other member or sell its stake to the other member. … Read the rest

All postings are intended to be planning tools to familiarize readers with some of the high-level issues discussed therein. No posting is intended to be a comprehensive discussion and additional details should be discussed with your transaction planners including attorneys, accountants, consultants, bankers and other business planners who can provide advice for your circumstances. This article should not be treated as legal advice to any person or entity.