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Partnership Agreements Attorney

Skilled California Partnership Lawyer Representing Clients Throughout the East Bay

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Are you starting a business in California? If so, you may be considering forming a general partnership (GP), limited partnership (LP), or a limited liability partnership (LLP). For many entrepreneurs and business owners, a partnership is the most effective entity to achieve their objectives. But your business partnership is only as good as the underlying agreement. 

Attorney Lynette Ariathurai has experience in generating and reviewing partnership agreements. If you have any questions about forming a partnership, we are more than happy to help. Call our Fremont law office today to set up a confidential initial consultation with an experienced California partnership agreement lawyer.

We Negotiate, Draft, and Review Partnership Agreements in California

Our founding attorney Lynette Ariathurai assists clients with negotiating, drafting, and reviewing partnership agreements. You and your partners need a comprehensive partnership agreement that is enforceable and reliable. Among other issues, your partnership agreement should address the following:

  • The financial contribution of each partner
  • The ownership stake and distribution rights of each partner
  • Decision-making authority, including tie-breaker procedures
  • Procedures for adding new partners or allowing a partner to leave the business, and
  • Procedures for dispute resolution and partnership dissolution

Every partnership is unique. A partnership agreement should be fully customized to meet the unique needs and objectives of your business. Make sure that you have an agreement that is well-suited to you and your company. The best contracts are forward-thinking, addressing potential problems before they arise.

What are the Benefits of a Partnership Agreement?

Even the closest of business partners can benefit from a comprehensive, professionally drafted partnership agreement. To start, a partnership agreement will clarify expectations and reduce the risk of dispute. Beyond that, it will also ensure that your rights and interests are effectively protected should a dispute arise. Without a written partnership agreement, your rights and interests in your business will be controlled solely by California’s Revised Uniform Partnership Act (RUPA).

You Can Rely on East Bay Partnership Attorney Lynette Ariathurai

A partnership agreement is a complex, critically important legal document. It is imperative that you get it right. As an experienced California business and partnership law attorney, Lynette Ariathurai has the skills and knowledge to ensure that both your business interests and your personal interests are properly protected. We firmly believe that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Our legal team will ensure that you have a partnership agreement that you can count on, no matter what happens.

Call Our California Partnership Agreement Lawyer for Immediate Help

Attorney Lynette Ariathurai is a business law attorney with extensive experience handling issues pertaining to partnership agreements. If you have any questions about the negotiation, review, or litigation of a partnership agreement, we are here to help. Contact us today for a confidential, no obligation initial consultation. We provide partnership law services throughout the East Bay, including in Fremont, Hayward, Milpitas, Union City, Newark, and San Leandro.