In part four of our four-part series on business divorce, we discuss what happens when all else fails in pursuing a North Carolina business divorce and you’re forced to consider the last resort: litigation.
Business litigation takes a significant amount of time and money. In most instances, litigating a business divorce through a verdict at trial runs counter to a business’s profitability goals. However, there are notable exceptions in which a business will benefit from litigation during a business divorce.
For the second part in our business divorce series we address the opportunity cost of informal and formal discovery.
It’s vital to understand your options when dissolving a business in North Carolina. Part one of our four-part series on business divorce.