Sharing the burdens of launching and operating a business with co-owners in a partnership, LLC, corporation, or co-op can be rewarding, even life-saving. It can also be one of the riskiest business and legal moves you ever make. Disputes among the co-owners of closely-held small businesses over business decisions, money, or time commitments can seriously harm the value of the business you have worked so hard to build. Even without disputes, how do you prevent one owner’s death, disability, family leave, divorce, personal financial woes, or decision to leave the business from shutting you down? Although taught by an experienced business attorney, this class does not constitute legal advice.
ATTENDING THE “LEGAL ENTITY CHOICES” WORKSHOP FIRST IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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