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    getting around a noncompete agreement
    I have worked for the same company for 8 years and have been in my profession for 30 years. The firm I worked for is a tax corp and each year they have treated me worse and worse. This past year was all
    I could take and I am not going back. I want to start my own business. My contract says I cannot do my prior clients that I have done the past 2 years for 2 years. Many of my clients know me and have said they want me to do their taxes. If I don't solicit clients and they search me out can I prepare their returns. Has anyone had any experience with this.
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    Typically, the only way to fight a non-compete agreement is to go to court. If you are an employee (or former employee) who signed such an agreement, this means you must violate the agreement and wait to be sued. It may be that your former employer has never sued another employee to enforce the non-compete agreement.


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