Hi, thanks for your professional advice in advance! I am currently in the process of opening a Personal Training studio. My partner is putting up the money( around 200k). I am just putting up my time to organize everything, create floor plans that will suit our need, locate equipment that will be conducive, and my knowledge of the business as a service. My Partner already obtained the llc in his name only as a member. At first, before he realized how much was being invested, it was going to be split 51/49 split. Before I could get anything in writing, it has changed to 70/30 split (which I'm ok with)?. And, I have to wait 2 years to be "vested" in order to "own" the share. In that two years, there are goal stipulations(400k 1st year and 500k 2nd). Otherwise, I will get 30% profit at the end of each year as a "bonus." At the end of the two years, providing goals were met, I will "own" the share. I am pushing for an Operational Agreement now. My fear is: what stops one from saying at the end of 2 successful years, "um, I think we need a change?" then, I am out of my whole business plan and marketing ideas. Is there something I can put in the Operational Agreement to state all these stipulations and they be legit? What should I realistically expect out of this? I am the BEST in this area and my partner knows it. He has full confidence in me.