While I appreciate your time and attention, I don't feel like you actually answered my questions. I had already viewed all but the last link you've provided and not found an answer and that's why I am trying this site.
The question is, since we are a Corporation, can I walk away with simply tendering my resignation to the Board of Directors of the Corp. and say goodby including I won't be liable for any liabilities, litigation, etc. from that date forward, or what are my options other than the list you've provided. As stated above, we do NOT have a Partnership Agmt. so they don't seem to apply to this problem. My 'partner' sells some items and I sell others from our websites and we don't sell each others even tho we share in the profits of the Corp. - such as they are. I trust this makes some sense?
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