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Partnerships disputes


For the sake of you, your family, your customers and your suppliers, it is vital that any partnership disagreements are resolved quickly.

Disputes can arise between partners in any business and for any number of reasons. Common causes tend to be:-

  • Differing priorities in terms of personal and business development
  • Personality clashes
  • Health issues affecting performance
  • Differences between individual partners and important clients
  • Retirement plans and partnership shares
  • Differing views on business values and objectives


If such disagreements cannot be resolved between the parties by reference to the Partnership Agreement or informally then it is important to obtain specialist legal advice at an early stage.


Fishers can help you get the best outcome for the business and its owners. Our solicitors are experts at dispute resolution and encourage parties to seek agreement without going to Court if at all possible and to try and settle issues informally by discussion or, as a next step, by mediation or arbitration.


We understand that going to Court, whilst sometimes necessary, has to be a matter of last resort and ideally will only be needed to “sign off” an Agreement resolving the dispute.


However, if Court proceedings are required our solicitors have many years’ experience of claims in both the County Court and the High Court, including Injunctions to protect and preserve business and their assets.


Dealing with partnership disputes at Fishers Solicitors

At Fishers we have been helping people settle partnership disputes in and out of court. If you are after legal advice you can either make an enquiry, request a call back, or call us on 01530 412167.

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