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I was wondering how to write the possessive form of a proper noun that is already in a possessive form (confusing, I know...) My company's name is Tuc's Contracting. If I were to write the possessive form of that, it would be Tuc's Contracting's. My question is if I were to leave off the "Contracting's" part, how would I write the possessive form of Tuc's (which is a proper noun already in a possessive form...HELP!) The proper noun is not “Tuc” it is “Tuc’s” so that is where I am confused… Tuc's? Tucs'? Tuc's'? The proper noun is not “Tuc” it is “Tuc’s” so that is where I am confused… None of these seem right to me...And that is why I am seeking your expertise! Thank you :)

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Interesting dilemma! I believe you are safe just using "Tuc's". Look at articles written about McDonald's and you'll see the formatting doesn't change in possessive instances (e.g., McDonald's business model is...)

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