Agreements – Partners, Shareholders, Members

Written contracts between the owners of a business are important because they take a verbal agreement and memorialize it (put it in writing). Putting these agreements in writing helps reduce misunderstandings that lead to avoidable disputes, especially between family members and friends who are operating a business together. Furthermore, certain agreements are required by law to be in writing to be valid. This is called The Statute of Frauds. Relationships change and responsibilities evolve, and because of these changes operating a business based on verbal agreements or online form contracts can lead to messy disputes. At Lanin Law P.C., we are here to help you avoid and resolve business disputes. We are here to ensure that if you make an agreement, that agreement will be enforceable, even if the relationship deteriorates. We have over 30 years of experience representing businesses of all sizes. Call us for a free and confidential phone consultation. 

If you have questions about agreements – partnerships, shareholders, and members, contact us online or call Scott Lanin, Esq. at (212) 764-7250. We offer a free phone consult to review and evaluate your matter or you can schedule an office consult.