Franchise Termination / Non-Renewal in California
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Purchasing a franchise can be a huge decision for any franchisee, but terminating an existing franchise contract can also be a major source of concern that can have many legal repercussions. Going through the process of franchise non-renewal could increase your chances of making potentially serious mistakes or miscalculations. When problems arise during the franchise termination or non-renewal process, you could be facing costly lawsuits or unwanted disputes regarding contracts. At Franchise Legal Support, we understand how critical it is to have adequate support and experience on your side when making changes to your franchised businesses.
If you are considering terminating your franchise agreement, do not proceed until you have spoken with our franchise lawyer in Los Angeles. We can bring more than 30 years of experience to the table. Hire the professionals at Franchise Legal Support to lay the foundation for your case and help you through the process of non-renewal.
Common Termination Issues for Franchisees to Consider
Because the termination of a franchise will also include the termination of a franchisor-franchisee relationship, we can guide you through the process of termination without breaching any term of your franchise agreement or contract. If you wish to terminate your agreement before the term ends because of fraud or misconduct, we can help you save time, money, and energy while protecting your rights.
We can inform you of your rights as a franchisee and help you prepare for general issues that tend to trigger disagreements with franchisors, such as:
- Disclosure issues
- Transfer issues
- State relationship laws
- Exemptions and exclusions
- Franchise agreement review
- Contract disputes involving the franchise agreement
- Proving fraud or misrepresentation is the cause for termination
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We can also inform you of common mistakes that many franchisees and franchisors make during the termination of a franchise agreement. Ultimately, it is our goal to help minimize your liability during the termination process and help make the transition proceed smoothly to avoid any threat of a lawsuit. Retain us to protect your rights every step of the way.
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