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I didn't know that we would get far less than the market value. In that case, judicial dissolution doesn't make any sense.
Since my partner has deeper pockets than I do, he may refuse to open the business and expect me to continue to contribute towards monthly expeses till I get broke!
Can you think of any other options for me?
Thank you for your follow-up. My apologies on the delay, I was offline.
The best option is always negotiation if at all possible, but I really have no other options other than what I suggested. I do apologize but I believe the true options were all described at this point.
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