The best litigation prevention is sound overall forethought by one of our experienced and practical attorneys who has the whole picture in mind, and who can prepare simple, clear documentation that spells out agreements for the likely “what-if” eventualities.
Our attorneys can help prevent litigation by reviewing any documents before you sign, helping you think through the potential practical or legal problems down the road, or preparing simple documents to memorialize your dealings. It can take only a few minutes of your time to better avoid trouble later. Our clients trust us to know and understand their business and real estate holdings, estate planning and family situations, and to provide quick response to questions or to prepare necessary documents when they are contemplating changes with some aspect of their dealings.
We help prevent litigation when we help our clients to assess situations in advance and make better decisions. We can help with quick research or background investigations. We can help get more information to understand the other side’s motivations in a deal. We can help our clients look for the blind spots. And, most importantly, we can make sure our clients’ business, partnership and shareholder documents mesh with our clients’ estate planning documents.
Where our clients have business dealings with a family member, or with people with whom they may live, share a business, real property, or intellectual property. Clear contracts are a caring act for mutual protection, not a sign of distrust or disrespect in any way. We have helped clients with Co-Ownership Agreements, Co-Habitation Agreements, Partnership or Shareholder Agreements, and a whole variety of things that help to keep things clear and clean. We have been especially effective in working with partners and families to lead and facilitate re-structures that are win-win and minimize the acrimony and drama. We can help make the process of dealing with money with a close friend or relative much less confrontational and much more comfortable.
Our clients trust our attorneys to hold an overall picture of their business and real estate dealings, and to ensure that the Client’s business and real estate documents, including partnership or shareholder agreements, mesh with estate planning documents, to avoid litigation and to avoid disputes. Our experienced attorneys even have suggestions for minimizing family in-fighting that is so unfortunate, but all too often true.