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Category Archives: Partner Disputes

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When Business Partners Go Their Own Way

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

Business partners move on from one another for a variety of reasons. If you and your business partner were married and have decided to divorce, it may be necessary for one of you to leave the business. If you or your partner has reached an older age and wishes to retire, you need to… Read More »

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How Partnerships Get Started

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

A partnership can mean many things. The term may be used loosely for individuals planning a project together or who work closely within an existing business. However, a partnership can also be a formal business entity. A binding partnership agreement can be entered into by two or more people, corporations, or limited liability companies… Read More »

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The Differences Between Mediation and Arbitration

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

Whether there is an internal dispute at work or your business is having trouble with another company, you do not need to immediately head to court to fix the problem. Almost any type of disagreement can be dealt with in a less contentious manner by seeking an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) method with the… Read More »

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Planning a Smooth Exit From a Partnership at the Beginning

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

When two people form a business, they often imagine a great future. They picture doing well and building their small venture into either a local favorite or a national corporation. Many partnerships do just that, but the future holds limitless possibilities. It is possible that an individual will want to or be forced to… Read More »

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The Importance of an Attorney in Business Partner Disputes

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

If you start a business with another person, you depend on that person to contribute to the business and to work toward goals, helping the business to grow and to thrive. If business partners, co-shareholders and co-members (all hereinafter referred to as “Partners”) are not in agreement regarding how to run the business, it… Read More »

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