No matter what size your business may be or what industry you’re in, you need to make money. Don’t let legal problems stand between your business and financial success. Instead, hire a skilled business litigation attorney in Upland CA to help resolve issues quickly and favorably. This will be far more advantageous than trying to handle issues on your own, which would use up your valuable time and also likely result in errors that would need to be corrected by an attorney later on anyway. You can rely on Torrence L. Howell to provide the expert advice and representation needed to resolve your business litigation right the first time. Torrence L. Howell has been serving as a business litigation attorney in Upland CA for over 20 years and he has the detailed understanding of the law necessary to provide superior service.
Services Provided By an Upland CA Business Litigation Attorney
With experience representing multi-million dollar corporations and mom n pop businesses, Torrence L. Howell can handle all your business litigation needs, from routine to complex, including:
- Business Formation
- Dissolution of Businesses
- Breach of Contract
- Business Disputes
Whether you are the business owner initiating litigation or the one responding to it, Torrence L. Howell can provide aggressive representation as your business litigation attorney in Upland CA.
When Business and Divorce Litigation Collide
Often, divorce litigation brings the need for business litigation as small business owners are forced to consider dissolving the business or changing the ownership structure (selling to a new owner) in order to liquidate assets for division in a divorce. As a business litigation attorney in Upland CA who also has a strong background in divorce, Torrence L. Howell can help you find the right solution for your unique situation. First and foremost, he will assist with proper business valuation to ensure that divorcing spouses are basing their demands on accurate information. Then, he will assist in negotiating for an agreement that will result in both spouses getting their fair share of the value without dissolving the business. For example, he might present the option of the business owner buying their ex out of the business, the ex being given an ownership stake in the business, or the ex taking their share of the value as an ongoing payment instead of a lump sum.
Call Now for a Free Consultation
If you’d like to learn more about how Torrence L. Howell can help you resolve your business’ legal issues, please call now (909) 920-0908 to schedule a free initial consultation.