Many partnership disputes go to court, but it is somewhat unusual for such disputes to go all the way to trial. A high percentage of these cases are resolved prior to trial for various reasons. However, when they do go to trial, we have the courtroom experience that you need. Millstone, Peterson & Watts, LLP, has had the tenacity and wherewithal to have tried a significant number of these cases. We understand the nature of these suits. We have earned the trust of our clients, the respect of our colleagues and the confidence of our judges in court to take the appropriate actions to successfully resolve these matters.

Resolving Partnership Disputes Efficiently And Effectively

Many of the same fiduciary duties apply to partners as those involving officers and directors in corporations. These duties involve additional significance for partners since each partner may have everything he or she owns tied up with the business.

It's also important to resolve partnership disputes immediately. Prolonged disputes prevent the partnership from operating at its highest capacity. These disputes result in large profit losses and can result in the partnership shutting down.

It's important to note that partnerships are seldom easy to dissolve. Dissolution follows specific procedures and often requires court intervention. Having the right experts on your team is just as important as having the right lawyer. At Millstone, Peterson & Watts, LLP, we offer both. Because we have frequently taken these matters to court, we are also uniquely qualified to negotiate the best possible settlement resolutions.

Access To Resources In Helping You Resolve Your Partnership Dispute

Our law firm has access to experts, accountants and appraisers who assist in clearing up discrepancies regarding partnership disputes. Along with these professionals, we devote great attention to the individual circumstances of the dispute to learn how misunderstandings have arisen. Our firm has access to an expansive team of "best in class" forensic experts and investigators to examine the individual facts and ensure that no stone is left unturned. We understand the nature of these suits. We have earned the trust of our clients, the respect of our colleagues and the confidence of our judges to take the appropriate actions to successfully resolve these matters.

How To Contact Millstone, Peterson & Watts, LLP

To contact our law firm to discuss your matter with one of our attorneys, call 916-749-1431. Our office is conveniently located in Roseville and represents clients throughout Central California.