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Partnerships in particular, or other corporate entities where a partnership might thrive (LLC’s, Corporations, etc).

Important Clauses for LLC Operating Agreements

The Operating Agreement acts like a “partnership agreement” between the owners of a LLC. Important clauses for LLC Operating Agreements are critical, and a well-written and customized Operating Agreement for your business is essential to preventing very expensive problems from rearing their ugly heads years later. The problem for many business owners, is they formed […]

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Co-working Agreements

These days, flexibility is the name of the game when it comes to working in a wide range of industries. Inspired by companies like Impact Hub and WeWork, entrepreneurs and building owners (or even tenants) with extra space are looking to cash in on the co-working space movement. While entering the shared space industry involves […]

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Capital Loss and Leaving a Partnership

Everyone who’s ever started a business will tell you that any new business venture involves risks. Sometimes it’s the risk of a capital loss of everything you have invested, or sometimes it’s the risk of spending countless hours trying to build something that just won’t stand on its own. Sometimes it’s the risk that your […]

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Bad Business Partners

I find myself writing about my clients and their bad business partners with the same sentiment and phrases that I would probably tell the story of my failed marriage with.   They all start out the same. On paper, they seemed so right.  Similar background, seemingly shared goals and vison for the future.  Seemingly similar intellect.  […]

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How To Move a Pre-Existing Business Into a Newly Formed Company

You listened to your business lawyer, and formed a limited liability company (called LLC) or corporation (such as a C-Corp or S-Corp), and you want to move your pre-existing business into the new company. This is actually a common question, and it’s really important that you do it right. How you do this, depends on […]

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How to Properly Form a Partnership

In this article, I define a partnership as “any company where there is more than one owner.” There are two important components to properly forming a partnership: Aligning with the right people Putting the right formalities around the partnership Seems simple, right? Word of warning: You could be in a “de facto partnership” simply by […]

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Avoiding a Narcissistic Partner

I say this often, and it’s unfortunately true: About a third of this firm’s revenue comes from bad partnership breakups and disputes. The problem for most people, is they are all too quick to jump into a partnership with someone, even a stranger, without understanding the long-term impacts of such a relationship. Like a marriage, […]

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