A partnership agreement is the legal document that defines how a company is run and describes the relationship between each partner. Your agreement should also include steps to be taken to legally end your partnership. You can choose if you and your partners can`t agree on the future of your business. Also explore what your state needs to terminate partnerships. State law regulates resolution and your state`s website should define the process and provide the forms you must complete. Be sure to clearly indicate the involvement of each partner in the creation and day-to-day finances of the company. How much will each partner contribute to the creation of the company and what will be the responsibility of each partner to meet future needs? Define in your agreement what each partner will present, not only in terms of the amount of money, but also in terms of time, effort, customers, equipment, etc. What if something changes regarding the ownership of the company? If you sell it, which partners will have what? What is your partnership for the inclusion of new partners? If a partner wants to withdraw from your business, what happens? What are the possibilities to buy another partner? Your agreement should carefully describe how ownership shares are managed in different scenarios like this and others, for example.B. in the event of a partner`s death, retirement or bankruptcy. . . .