what if the partner will not pay you out or take a buyout?
In most cases, if you're wanting to cash in on your part of a business, an existing partner should get the first choice of a buyout...but not the only choice. If your existing partner doesn't want to buy you out, let them know that you will offer the option "to the market", so to speak, and allow anyone who wants your piece of the business to buy it. Many existing partners, when faced with this decision, will opt to buy you out if they can rather than gamble on what the new partner might be like.
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