Under the Kansas Uniform Partnership Act, codified at K.S.A. § 56a-101 through 56a-1305, ("KUPA"), it governs the creation, operation and dissolution of Kansas general partnerships. A general partnership is a corporate entity that is created when there is an association of two or more individuals that carry on as co-owners of a business for a profit, despite whether they intended to do so or not.
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Running a business is no simple task. However, it can be more challenging than necessary if two partners are often feuding. Of course, some degree of disagreement amongst partners is normal and can be expected from time to time. However, partners that are constantly battling are sure to interfere with a business' bottom line and future goals. Before your partnership becomes embroiled in a bitter business divorce, it is wise to speak with an attorney.
Your business has been doing very well for the last year, although from looking at the books, you would think the opposite. Your business partner does not seem worried in the least, which starts to make you suspicious that your partner may be embezzling partnership funds.