Partnership Agreements

As your company builds, expands and employs the resources of new people, it often makes sense to bring in a new partner who can add diversity, strength and talent. Whether you are building a partnership with an investor, an expert or a trusted colleague, your goal should be to ensure that you and your company are well positioned for success and insulated from hardship.

At Storey Law Group, P.A., we can help you build a partnership agreement that secures your company's goals while meeting the personal and professional needs of those involved. Working closely with you and your business, we can offer assistance and guidance through negotiating and finalizing partnerships.

Thorough and Experienced Business Lawyers

Our attorneys come from diverse business and corporate law backgrounds. We employ professionals who have worked with high profile national and international law offices working with major corporations across the globe, and we put their knowledge and experience to work for small and mid-market Florida businesses.

We help your company protect its interests in partnership agreement formation, and we can help you tackle any challenges that threaten to block the way. Rely on our firm for guidance in:

  • Negotiation
  • Drafting documentation and contracts
  • Filing with state and federal agencies
  • Thorough review of terms
  • Establishing long term protection for your business
  • Partnership disputes

Many business owners compare partnerships to marriage. They can be intensely beneficial to all parties when they work, and destructive when they do not. The decisions your company make now to protect itself can have a significant impact on any future disputes. At Storey Law Group, we apply real commercial law experience to helping you make the right decisions.

Contact Our Orlando or Seminole County Law Office

When your company is planning to bring a new business partner or investor on board, work with our professionals to make sure that your company interests are protected from future legal exposure. To schedule an appointment to discuss your partnership agreement needs, call 407-674-0840 / 800-603-5153 or contact us online.