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Asked on: 10/20/13, 9:32 pm

I recently found out that my business partner was using our company credit card for personal use. She essentially ruined our business credit, hurt my personal credit and we are dissolving our successful business. 2 months after I confronted her she paid off the debt in full, but I can no longer trust her and this has been a major falling out. She is being very combative and won't agree to terms on our dissolution. If I was to pursue charge or a lawsuit, could I be compensated for having to end our successful business due to her breach in duty? Or compensated for the costs related to having to start my own business (she is giving me our current clients so I have to rush to get a new business going). What are my options if she won't agree to my terms of dissolution?

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