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Experienced Representation To Help Phoenix Business Owners With Dissolution

Starting a business is a dream for many with the hope of long-term success. However, in some situations, there are roadblocks that simply prevent a business from triumph and profitability.

It might be due to financial reasons; it might relate to deadlocked conflicts between partners or co-owners.

Regardless of the situation, business owners in Phoenix, Arizona, who are looking to dissolve their operation should obtain the guidance of an experienced lawyer or legal team. There are many legal and financial considerations that need to be addressed in order to protect your interests.

Choosing Kadish & Associates Law Group To Assist

The attorneys at Kadish & Associates Law Group have over 50 years of combined legal experience handling a wide range of business law matters including business dissolutions.

From litigating disputes in court or arbitration to drafting business contracts to helping companies close up shop, we know the laws and procedures, and are confident we can help you.

Special Insight From A Former Business Owner

One of our founding attorneys, Gene Kadish, operated a family-run construction related company for many years.

He knows firsthand the issues involved with running — and dissolving — a business as well as the needs and concerns of small-business owners the average attorney without such unique experience may not thoroughly understand.

Competitive Rates

We also offer competitive rates. Many firms with similar experience often charge high fees. At Kadish & Associates Law Group, we take pride in providing high-quality, experienced representation at below market rate.

Schedule An Appointment

If you need assistance with dissolving your business, reach out to our team. We can schedule an appointment to talk about your individual situation and proceed with a solution that best fits your goals.

Please call 480-967-2688 or contact us online. Flexible appointments available.

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