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Custom Partnership Agreements for businesses.

Establish the right terms and conditions for your partnerships.

$720 (+ tax)

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Build stronger partnerships, faster.

A Partnership Agreement is between multiple parties. The key clauses include who the partners are, their contributions, sharing of profits, conflict resolution, and dissolution of the partnership.

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Why book a Partnership Agreement?

Avoid future conflicts.

Drafting and signing a Partnership Agreement before starting the partnership is critical. If there is conflict at any point, the Partnership Agreement will provide a mutually agreed upon structure to resolve it.

Establish contribution value.

Each partner generally contributes something unique to the partnership, whether it’s cash, capital, discounts, or time. Partnership Agreements establish the value of these contributions and relate them to the ownership of profits and more.

Outline key processes.

Partnership Agreements can be used to describe the key management procedures of the partnership. This can include things like who has the authority to hire and fire employees, what happens to the business when a partner leaves, and where cash will be kept.

What's covered in an Partnership Agreement?

First you'll have a kick-off call with your Good Lawyer to discuss the current status of corporation. After the call, your lawyer will collect the documents they need to complete the Agreement. They will share a copy of the final document.

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1. Project kick-off call to gather information, advise you and answer questions.

2. One customized Partnership Agreement.

3. One round of minor revisions if necessary.

How do Partnership Agreements work?

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1. Book a kick-off call

Pick a time to kick-off the project and discuss your Partnership Agreement with a Good Lawyer.

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2. Design your Agreement.

Your lawyer will collect all the necessary information to draft your Partnership Agreement.

3. Revise the Agreement.

You might have to negotiate with your partners on the agreement. The first instance of the agreement is often not the final document, especially if other founders are exercising their right to seek independent legal advice.

4. Finalize Your Agreement

Once all the negotiations are settled, you’ll get one round of revisions before your lawyer finalizes and sends you a digital copy of your new Partnership Agreement ready to sign.

Book an Partnership Agreement

Get your paperwork done the easy way so you can get back to running your business.

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