You should consult with an attorney, licensed in your jurisdiction, who is experienced in handling matters in this area of law. A skilled attorney in your jurisdiction will know which questions to ask you about your situation in order to assist you with making an appropriate determination regarding your situation.
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Not sure there's a legal answer to this. Technically the answer would be no because what made that relationship name no longer exists. Former is probably a way to introduce them but that doesn't mean you can't maintain a good relationship with them.
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Again, this technically isn't a legal issue.
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