Saving Your Business During a Bad Business Divorce - December 2020

By Gabe Pinilla, Attorney, Cotney Construction Law
Wed, Dec 02, 2020

In addition to the negative emotions that surround the fallout of a broken personal relationship, as a business owner, you also have to contend with trying to salvage what you can of your business. If your business is still viable or can be saved, litigation over disputes relating to the business can often have a disastrous effect on your ability to continue operating after a lawsuit.

One way to avoid this fate is to not wait until the dust settles to have the Court decide who controls the business and what happens to business assets. With the right circumstances and experienced legal counsel, a preliminary injunction can give your business the stability it needs to weather the storm of business divorce litigation. Read More

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