Dissolution of Partnerships

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The Focus

As time goes by, circumstances can change and you may want to end business relationships that started off well. Marriage can be one such instance of a business partnership that starts off well, but takes an unexpected turn for the worse. This course is designed to teach you the basics of how such a partnership is dissolved in California. Our resident expert, Craig Candelore, Esq. will be presiding.

The Format

The format of this course will consist of an approximately 30 minute lecture by Mr. Candelore followed by a Q&A session lasting about 20 minutes. Although we model the new EFC format after collegiate courses, we respectfully ask all in attendance to refrain from asking questions during the lecture portion so as to give Mr. Candelore ample time to get through his material.

Keep the Conversation Going

Refreshments will be available for purchase downstairs at the Skyline Cafe before and after class. We ask that you exercise good stewardship and help us keep the facility in good order by cleaning up after yourself. Once class is officially over for the day, we encourage ongoing information exchange and networking while maintaining appropriate social distancing. If you have any questions that did not get answered in class, please email them to us and we’ll either incorporate the responses into a future session or email you back directly.

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CRAIG CANDELORE, ESQ.
CRAIG CANDELORE, ESQ.Company Valuations
Mr. Candelore served five years on active duty as an Army officer after graduating from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in Engineering. Leaving active duty, he graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law Cum Laude in 1984. After law school, he concluded his Masters in Systems Management at the University of Southern California. Craig established his own family law firm in downtown San Diego where he has served the community ever since supervising four attorneys and nine staff. He served in the Army Reserves reaching the rank of Colonel before retiring in 2008. Assignments have included: Senior Regional Army Reserve Law Enforcement and Anti-Terrorism Officer for the tri-states of California, Nevada and Arizona. When called to active duty, he deployed in the service of his country for both Operations Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom (OIF). In OIF, he was in charge of Iraqi Police Development. He received the combat action badge and awarded the Bronze Star. Craig founded the non-profit Honoring Our Troops which addresses veteran legal needs via a monthly legal clinic and seminar.

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La Mesa, CA 91941
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