1. We are domestic partners. 2. I was asked by her "Do you want to start a business with me?" I said, "Yes." 3. I put money into the business and I worked for free for six months for the benefit of the business. 4. She is the owner of the business. I could not own the business at the time due to the nature of the business and me being a felon (class E, non-violent). 5. Even the name of the corporation is our initials. 6. The idea for the business, even the name of the business were my ideas. Every person who has dealt with the business has assumed so. 7. I eventually was hired as an "employee" then fired by her.
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by attorney Timothy W Durkin
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