I am in the process of dissolving a California S-Corporation. My business partner has completely dead-locked the process and is demanding all original company documents/receipts. I have sent him copies of the originals which he has refused due to the fact that they are photocopies. My current attorney is advising me to capitulate to his demands for original documents and deliver them to him. These documents contain all the proof as to how our business was conducted for over six years. My concern is that once I deliver the records to him that he may destroy or lose the documents rendering the business a he said she said. My former business partner is very litigious and has been in many lawsuits and is not trustworthy. How do I protect myself while moving the dissolution forward?