I been running a startup as a partnership since April of this year, my partner and I have slowly but surely gotten to the point where we can not work together anymore. I believe if we continue to work together one of us is going to lose it at some point. We just can't get along with each other, so I think it's best if we dissolve the partnership and go our separate ways.
We have a simple Partnership Agreement form and a Business license from the city along with an EIN number, what do we exactly have to do to dissolve it? The partnership agreement states that the partnership shale survive if one of the partners leaves, but I think I might want to just dissolve it and start a brand new company by myself.
The partnership is a mobile game company, we have about 8 or so games out in the market that are generating revenue. How should we split up who gets to keep what? I would assume that each of us could keep a portion of the games depending on how much revenue they are generating.
Should we talk to a business lawyer about this?
Thank you, please feel free to offer any other suggestions in regards to my situation. As a note we both own exactly half of the partnership (50/50 split).