Contracts are not made for when everything is good, but when things turn sour

Of course, not many people want to talk about what steps to follow when they should get divorced or when a co-founder leaves a company. But this is exactly the reason why such contracts are made in the first place.

Setting aside emotions and ego, and diligently drafting these contracts enables all parties involved to be prepared for unexpected occurrences and when the unbelievable happens.

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