Do you require the preparation of a partnership agreement?
Are you having a dispute with your partner?
Do you have a verbal or informal partnership that is being challenged?
Do you have a threat of litigation or a lawsuit facing your NJ partnership?
If the answer to any of these questions is “Yes”, then benefit from the information we have prepared for you on New Jersey Partnerships.
By Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. of Hanlon Niemann, a Freehold, Monmouth County New Jersey Partnership Attorney. (Read more about Mr. Niemann here)
On this site, you will be able to read a lot about partnership law in New Jersey, including the answers to many of your questions. For example, we discuss formalities required in creating a partnership agreement, obligations between partners to each other, including fiduciary obligations, partner liability for debts of the partnership, the consequences flowing from a breach of partnership agreement, withdrawing from a partnership, joining a partnership and much, much more, all written in plain, easy to understand English.
Successful partnerships in NJ are founded on a strong relationship between two or more partners. But if the relationship breaks down, the consequences can be devastating.
At Hanlon Niemann, we offer both transactional partnership services and if faced with the prospect of a partnership lawsuit, we’re with you all the way and we’ll continue to serve you throughout the entire matter.
We’ve tried to conclusion many types of partnership and business disputes throughout New Jersey. If your case involves an actual or potential partnership dispute in New Jersey and you would like to speak to our litigation partner(s) personally, call Fredrick P. Niemann toll-free at (855) 376-5291 or e-mail him at email@example.com. He will be happy to speak and meet with you to address your concerns.
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