I would like to sell my company. We have a great product line that helps many people. The only thing is, my partner doesn't want it sold. Now legally he own nothing in this company since nothing is written down on paper about how much he thinks he owns. Superficially he owns 51% and I only own 9%, see what I mean? When someone who owns more of the company, someone who is getting paid more, should actually hold up what the written agreement was on behalf what we are each doing as rolls in the company. I take care of everything in the office, from emails, to meetings, to online orders, I take care of all that. What he is supposed to do is go out to different places and sell the product and market the product. That is what he is supposed to be doing. I cannot sell, I have tried multiple times, and I can't. So, since that nobody is going out and selling our products, we have no profits coming in, with no profits means nobody is getting paid. Whenever my partner needs money he will run to an investor and put the company that he doesn't own up for collateral, without my permission. (Kinda behind my back in a sense.) How should I go about selling this company? I feel that I am just the cash cow right now.