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  02/02/13, 1:01 pm
If you have a small business which is incorporated and no longer get along with your partner and they can't afford to buy you out what legal options do you have?
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Eric Gottfried Says:

Feb 05,2013 9:31 AM

It largely depends on the assets vs debts of the corporation. Your options may include dissolution of the business. Please contact Mark Lefkowicz, of my office, to discuss your options. We welcome the opportunity to help. Eric J. Gottfried Lefkowicz & Gottfried, LLP 150 Broadway | Suite 1007 | New York, NY 10038 E-mail: EJG@LGLAWYERS.COM Main Office Telephone: 212-766-5665 | Facsimile: 212-608-5201 Call us Toll-Free at 1-88-88-LAW-FIRM Visit our brand-new online law offices at: WWW.LGLAWYERS.COM or e-mail us at: INFO@LGLAWYERS.COM

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