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I have opened a new business as an llc. however I may want to convert it to incorporate it. I will be the sole owner. My husband is under a non compete at the moment & will not have anything to do with it. I do not want them to be able to say he does. We are filing a postnuptial to state that he is excluded from my new business...can I do this as only an llc or should I incorporate?
because the business he sold is the same type as the one I am opening. The new owner of his old company is next to bankruptcy however he won't release my husband to work. We moved to Florida from VA & my husband has since opened a new company. I am taking over a company that our previous lead supervisor owns. It's kind of complicated. I just don't want my husband to have any legal issues over this. DO you think the post nuptial will cover this?
I'd rather overkill to make sure..thanks for your help!
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