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Chris Reich, Business Luminary
Protect Your Interests with a Partnership Agreement
Don’t Put Off Getting a Business Partnership Agreement
Your Partnership Agreement protects your interests. Ideally you would go to a qualified business attorney and have the proper legal document drafted. But if you are putting it off because of the expense, you can get the key items on paper to protect you and your business. This video explains how to go about getting a Partnership Agreement drafted.
Why Put it Off?
Contact Chris today and get the terms for your Partnership Agreement drafted. You’ll love having the peace of mind that comes when you and your partner sign the agreement.
Chris Reich [email protected] (530) 467-5690
I recommend that partners talk through a specific issue and then draft an agreement (called a resolution) that sets a policy. You can keep this in a binder to serve as amendments (or foundation) to your Partnership Agreement. In this post I’ll explain how to talk about things that bug you with your partner and how to draft a binding resolution to fix the problems.
Unless you are in some sort of political business, you should keep politics out of your establishment completely. Of course, you have freedom of speech, but we are in very contentious times and displays of political or religious positions might be off-putting to to your customers.
Even when people get along well, having one partner’s relative handling the books just isn’t good policy. There is an inherent conflict of interest.