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I am a director of an accountancy firm. There is one other director. We are equal shareholders. We have amicably agreed to part company. As such there are assets (clients) and liabilities (overdraft, loan, creditors) which effectively need to be split. We have done this and I have drafted some very rough terms and a calculation appendix. It pretty much results in my business partner owing me (or the company) £x. I have agreed that this be split over a period. Even though it is amicable I would prefer some legal paperwork drawn up. Preferably at a fixed cost. Any thoughts?
Nick R.99% (69)
18 Jun 2018
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