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I have a question. I am an artist/illustrator and when getting married I formed a 50/50 profit partnership LLC for tax purposes with my husband. I drew/ painted and he was suppose to help sell my drawings ,but I did most of the work selling,too. We separated and are now divorcing. I want to dissolve my partnership with him, but since I have been very successful he now sees it as an asset!
Who owns the copyright of my paintings I made during my partnership?
Do I as the artist, or are they shared by my business partner alias my husband? What can I do to protect my intellectual/artist rights?
thank youThank you very much for your responses, The LLC doesnt have any partnership agreement nor operating agreement. I certainly never intended to assign my IP to the LLC .As well he wants to claim that all my art equipment is part of the LLC, but I had most of it before the LLC formation and I didnt "officilly " assign it or agree to that either.Is there a way I can characterize my relationship to the LLC now in this divorce that would help protect me? Now I fear too that he will not want to dissolve the LLC and will try to claim interest in potential asset/sales? Thank You.