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Six Important Provisions for Your Firm’s Partner Agreements

When it comes to protecting your firm and its value, one of the most important, but possibly overlooked, assets is the partner agreement. Its primary purpose is to define the relationship between the firm and each partner, outlining specific guidelines for certain conditions. Unfortunately, partner agreements aren’t something at the forefront of most firms’ practice management, according to Gary Adamson, President of Adamson Advisory.

Taija Sparkman