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Starting a Business

How Not to Get Burned When a Partnership Goes Bad

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Working with a partner has it's obvious benefits, but it also comes with risk. People can change their minds. Personal situations can come up that make it so a partner can no longer participate in your business. Whatever comes up, attorney Nina Kaufman suggests having a legal written agreement that outlines what to do if a partner bows out or if the relationship falls apart.

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