Shareholder Disputes

Disputes among shareholders can occur for a number of reasons. For example, if one shareholder wants to terminate the relationship, minority shareholders disagree with actions taken by the majority shareholder, or a minority shareholder claims that actions of the controlling shareholders were fraudulent, illegal, or oppressive. Regardless of the cause of the dispute, you will want to get an independent business valuation to determine the fair value of the shares in question. Our team of finance, valuation, and transactions experts remains independent and unbiased when engaged to appraise the value of a business and always strives to represent the value of the business as fairly as possible.

We also provide forensic services to investigate shareholder claims involving a variety of issues such as

  • Deceptive practices
  • Diversion of business opportunities
  • Exclusion from involvement in major business decisions
  • Involuntary dissolution of a business
  • Non-payment of distributions
  • Breach of contract