This was a sale of business in June 2011. The business was a dance studio. I sold my business of 5 years (been in the business for 25 years) to who I thought was a friend of mine. My husband was being transfered out of state for his job. After the sale was complete, my husbands transfer fell through and we were forced to move back home. This person I sold my dance studio to is enforcing the non compete we signed and will not budge. The terms are 5 years and/or a 50 mile radius. It has been 2 years since the non compete was signed. I now have the opportunity to work for a local dance studio as an employee. Will NYS uphold the noncompete terms even after 2 years? Is the 5 years/50 mile radius terms unreasonable?I have been a dance instructor for over 30 years. It is my livelihood, which this non compete has taken away. I have no college degree, as dance instruction is all I have ever done to support myself and family. Having been unsuccessful in finding a job outside of dancing, my family had to file for bankruptcy in 2012.