In Michigan, business is conducted in many forms, including through corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs) and partnerships. Owners in these businesses, be they shareholders, members, partners, etc., do not always see eye to eye, particularly when the business form is abused to benefit one of the owners to the detriment of the others or the business itself. Regardless of form, Neuman Anderson Grieco McKenney, P.C., represents businesses and their owners when disputes arise. Our representation runs the gamut from general business advice to litigation seeking damages or a “business divorce” where an owner is bought out of the company or the company is dissolved with the owners going their separate ways. Our knowledge on corporate and partnership law, including the rules that governs business owners’ conduct and the fiduciary duties owed by officers, directors, managing members and majority owners, assists our clients in protecting their businesses and ownership interests when disputes arise.