Not really, but good is a relative term. Just know that your partner is more than likely seeking to do as little work as possible while trying to get the maximum amount of credit for the work. If he didn't feel this way, he probably would not want to have a partner in the first place. If the partner is the primary investor, he will see capital as his contribution and he will expect you to do most of the work. If your partner invested no money, he will have nothing vested, nothing at risk, and will see you (the investor) as the person steering the ship. He'll just want to spout off ideas.