Partnership Disputes in Olathe

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In many business situations, two or more individuals may choose to enter into a partnership as outlined in K.S.A. Ch. 56a. This is accomplished by drafting and entering into an agreement regarding each partner's status, responsibilities and benefits within the partnership. As a result, it is possible for disputes and disagreements to arise regarding the terms of the partnership. These disputes could be about status, finances, the direction of the business, and more.

When such disputes occur, it may be necessary to retain an attorney for counsel, or for representation should the case be brought to court. Many times, these disputes can be resolved through mediation, where all parties involved negotiate resolution with the guidance of a trained attorney. Other times, litigation is the only option and requires the skilled and vigorous representation of a trial lawyer.

Whatever case you are facing, the legal team at Martin & Wallentine is prepared to assist you in obtaining the best possible outcome for your case.

How Martin & Wallentine Could Help

For many years, the civil litigation attorneys at our firm have fought for justice on behalf of our clients. We have tried dozens of cases with successful results and are prepared to provide the best legal service for your situation. Partnership disputes are touchy and we will handle your case with care and respect while still providing the aggressive representation you need.

Call now to consult with a member of our team and learn more about what we could do for you.

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Located in Olathe across the street from the Johnson County Courthouse, our firm practices business litigation and commercial litigation on a regular basis. Get started on your case today by completing our free online evaluation, or by calling our offices. We look forward to reviewing your case and assisting you in resolving your partnership dispute.

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