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Closely held business had a partnership agreement with provisions relating to the death of a partner's spouse (there were two partners). The agreement stated that the surviving spouse would be bought out by the surviving partner and would not own anything relating to the business. Later, the partners bought life insurance policies and agreed (orally) that the surviving spouse would get the life insurance proceeds in lieu of being bought out. One of the partners died and the surviving spouse (who did get he insurance proceeds) is also claiming interest in the company.