Q: What are my legal options
Wyoming C -Corp Startup Business. Only got limited corporate filing completed. Over the brief course of our collaboration, we verbally agreement to build this business together, with the intention of formalizing our partnership through a shareholders' agreement that never happened. With ongoing disagreements, differences in vision, numerous challenges in reaching a consensus on key matters, which have hindered our ability to effectively work together which has created a significant strain on our working relationship. My friend have expressed frustration on important key matters when discussed and has mentioned the possibility of walking away from the venture to pursue other interests, which demonstrates to me the lack of commitment to this venture. I have concluded to amicably separate and pursue our individual goals and aspirations. A letter was written expressing this need to separate. Now he has sent a demand letter. What are my options.
A: A Wyoming attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It looks like your matter also involves elements of a business formation, and there are attorneys on the forum who have insight there. You could add the category to your post. But based on your description, it seems likely that the response you'd receive is that you should consider a consult with a Wyoming attorney to discuss the matter in greater detail. Good luck
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