Typical provisions to protect the interests of all partners A good partnership agreement lists important information about the partners and their contributions to the partnership, how they share profits and losses, the rules for withdrawing money from the company, an important list of things that the partners agree they will and will not do, and most importantly, what happens when a partner dies or wants to leave the store? Costs Costs may vary depending on the complexity of the agreement. Our standard service, which covers most contracts, is delivered at our reference price. In most cases, this is the total fee. If complex additional conditions need to be established, additional costs may be incurred, but we would always discuss the actual costs before proceeding. Agreements on professional practice generally contain more complex and individual provisions, which sets a higher reference price. . . .