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DBA for partnership

Asked by: Rusty Swanson - 10 February, 2012 I am incorporated in Sole proprietor in one name and want to start up a doing business as company with a partner. What do I need to do?
Answered by: Monique Blanchard - 12 February, 2012 Rusty,

From your question I understand that you would like to create what is called a "General Partnership", which is an unincorporated non-limited liability entity. Typically you would need to draft a Partnership Agreement that would govern the relationship between yourself and your partner, and then register a DBA for this partnership. Depending on your state, this would be done with your state and/or county, or your city/town.

We can help you register the DBA with the appropriate authorities, you are welcome to visit our Doing Business As page here.


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