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Title:
Form a partnership : the complete legal guide
Author:
Clifford, Denis.
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Edition:
9th ed.
Publication Information:
Berkeley, CA : Nolo, [2012]

©2012
Physical Description:
266 pages : forms ; 28 cm
Summary:
"Everything you and your partners need to go into business together!Form a Partnership thoroughly explains the legal and practical issues involved in forming a business partnership, creating a partnership agreement and protecting each person's interests. In plain English, the book covers:. partnerships compared to other business structures. the financial and tax liability of partners. contributions of cash, property and services. what happens if a partner wants out. how to value partnership assets. admitting new partners. buying out a partner's interest. limited partnerships. and much moreThis edition of Form a Partnership is totally revised and updated to reflect the law and realities of today's business world. Plus, all the forms you need to create a partnership agreement are provided.- Download forms for book on nolo.com"--

"Thoroughly explains the legal and practical issues involved in forming a business partnership, creating a partnership agreement and protecting each person's interests"--
General Note:
Machine generated contents note: Your Legal Companion For Forming a Partnership 1. Is a Partnership Right for You? 2. An Overview of Your Partnership Agreement 3. Partnership Name, Contributions, Profits, and Management 4. Changes and Growth of Your Partnership 5. Changes: Departure of a Partner, Buyouts, and Business Continuation 6. Partnership Disputes: Mediation and Arbitration 7. Partnership and Taxes 8. Getting Your Business Started 9. Limited Partnerships 10. Lawyers and Other Professionals/Doing Your Own Research 11. Drafting Your Own Partnership Agreement Appendixes A. Resources B. How to Use the Forms C. Partnership Agreements Index.
Language:
English
Contents:
Is a partnership right for you? -- An overview of your partnership agreement -- Partnership name, contributions, profits, and management -- Changes and growth of your partnership -- Changes : departure of a partner, buyouts, and business continuation -- Partnership disputes : mediation and arbitration -- Partnership and taxes -- Getting your business started -- Limited partnerships -- Lawyers and other professionals/doing your own research -- Drafting your own partnership agreement.
ISBN:
9781413313925
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Everything you and your partners need to go into business together!

Form a Partnership thoroughly explains the legal and practical issues involved in forming a business partnership, creating a partnership agreement and protecting each person's interests. In plain English, the book covers:

. partnerships compared to other business structures
. the financial and tax liability of partners
. contributions of cash, property and services
. what happens if a partner wants out
. how to value partnership assets
. admitting new partners
. buying out a partner's interest
. limited partnerships
. and much more

This edition of Form a Partnership is totally revised and updated to reflect the law and realities of today's business world. Plus, all the forms you need to create a partnership agreement are provided.

- Download forms for book on nolo.com


Author Notes

Denis Clifford , a graduate of Columbia Law School, where he was an editor of The Law Review, is a lawyer who specializes in estate planning. He is the author of many Nolo titles including  Quick and Legal Will Book ,  Make Your Own Living Trust and Plan Your Estate  and co-author of  A Legal Guide for Lesbian and Gay Couples . He has been interviewed by such major media as The  New York Times ,  Los Angeles Times , and  Money Magazine .

  Ralph  Warner - Widely recognized as a pioneer of the do-it-yourself law movement, Warner founded Nolo with Ed Sherman in 1972. He began publishing do-it-yourself law books written by him and his colleagues after numerous publishers rejected them. Warner holds a law degree from Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California at Berkeley and an undergraduate degree from Princeton.

 

 


Table of Contents

Your Legal Companion For Forming a Partnership
1 Is a Partnership Right for You?
2 An Overview of Your Partnership Agreement
3 Partnership Name, Contributions, Profits, and Management
4 Changes and Growth of Your Partnership
5 Changes: Departure of a Partner, Buyouts, and Business Continuation
6 Partnership Disputes: Mediation and Arbitration
7 Partnership and Taxes
8 Getting Your Business Started
9 Limited Partnerships
10 Lawyers and Other Professionals/Doing Your Own Research
11 Drafting Your Own Partnership Agreement
Appendixes
A Resources
B How to Use the Forms
C Partnership Agreements
Index