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  • Personal Goodwill vs. Commercial Goodwill in a Divorce

    Goodwill is a valuable asset. As with other assets, such as homes and cars, goodwill is part of what a person "owns," even though it is generally intangible. Nonetheless, certain goodwill can be ... Read Article

March Posts

  • Personal Goodwill vs. Commercial Goodwill in a Divorce

    Goodwill is a valuable asset. As with other assets, such as homes and cars, goodwill is part of what a person "owns," even though it is generally intangible. Nonetheless, certain goodwill can be valued and divided in a divorce, or otherwise accounted for in the context of a ... Read Article
  • Congratulations to 'Super Lawyers Texas Rising Stars,' Lennea Cannon and Christy Martin

    Lennea Cannon , who leads the divorce and family law practice at Kerr, Hendershot & Cannon, P.C., has been named to the Super Lawyers Texas Rising Stars list for Family Law. Christy Martin , a commercial litigator and business law attorney at Kerr, Hendershot & Cannon, P.C., was ... Read Article
  • How to Mitigate the "Business Divorce": Getting the Right Shareholder Agreement in Place

    As the great Depeche Mode always said, "people are people..." - everyone is predestined to make a mistake or have an emotion or strong opinion. When it comes to people going into business with others, these same human elements will always exist. That is why no one should go into ... Read Article
  • Your Rights and Remedies as a Minority Shareholder (Worry Not: You Have Plenty)

    The Supreme Court of Texas has made it much more difficult for minority shareholders to sue majority shareholders for oppression. In the 2014 case of Ritchie v. Rupe, the Court declined to recognize the common law cause of action for shareholder oppression. This severely ... Read Article
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