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Asked on: 5/30/13, 7:09 pm

I am in business with a partner who just past away, who I had a contract with which stated his daughters working for the business are entitled to a salary and my partner and myself split the profits each year based on sales. Without my knowledge in 2010, my partner gave the business to his daughters and he stopped giving the them the additional salary the contract said they should receive. Their father has been coming into the office and what they'd like to call "working" without a salary since he transferred the business to them. Now, the daughters have realized they have not received that money and are now trying to collect. Can you please tell me are they entitled to this money?

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