Published on July 31st, 2018 by Alan L. Sklover
No, no one in the office is “expecting,” but we will soon “deliver” a New Newsletter:
Leaving a Partnership, LLC, Inc. or PC You Co-Own: The Seven Important Concerns
Many of our clients have chosen to “go out” into their own businesses, on their own or with others. I particularly enjoy helping people do that. That said, when there are “business marriages,” there are inevitably “business divorces,” too.
There are many things to consider, and many things to do when anticipating, or going through, a “business divorce,” whether the company has been formed as (a) a partnership, (b) a limited liability company, (c) a corporation, or (d) a professional corporation.
We have categorized the many things to consider into seven categories, and will soon be distributing our newsletter that explains them.
Whether you are in a partnership or other co-owned business, or think that you may one day want to go that route, I think you will enjoy the read.
We also offer an 83-Point Checklist for Navigating and Negotiating a Departure (Voluntary or Involuntary) from a Partnership or other Co-Owned Business. If you would like a copy, just [click here.]
To see a list of all of our Model Letters, Memos, Checklists and Agreements – that show you “What to Say and How to Say It” in hundreds of different workplace situations – just [click here].
If you would like to arrange a Telephone Consultation with Mr. Sklover, just [click here].
Whatever you do . . . why not do it wisely?
“You are not alone, at work, any more.”
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