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  • Partner left company. I was wondering if I could prosecute him.

    My partner and I owned a marketing company for more than a year. We signed a partnership agreement stating that of all the money invested by either partner the liability would be spread equally between us. In starting the company I funded most of the start up costs. i.e. $40,000 After all of the money was spent and we were started up we signed a subsequent agreements with all of the numbers stating that he owed $20,000 and I assumed the risk of the $20,000 already invested. Long story short he left and starting working for another company and never paid a dime on the commitment which he had signed.
    My question is of course he has given me the run around for 8 months and I was wondering if I could prosecute him. He has no house, 3 kids and a wife that doesn't work at this time. He has a high paying job, but I am wondering if the court would attach wages or anything else due to him not owning anything. I just don't want to throw any more money away if the court can't help me.
    thanks for your insight.

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    re: Partner left company. I was wondering if I could prosecute him.

    You can sue in small claims or other court yes...but not prosecute criminally if that is what you mean.

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