Divorce And The Family Business

Stock in a closely held business can be the dominant asset of a married business owner. Therefore, if the owner gets divorced, the business is often the largest portion of the marital estate and the most vulnerable. Divorcing clients already have to deal with the emotional roller coasters of stress, anger and anxiety; it's not a good time to think business matters through carefully and make choices

Stock in a closely held business can be the dominant asset of a married business owner. Therefore, if the owner gets divorced, the business is often the largest portion of the marital estate and the most vulnerable. Divorcing clients already have to deal with the emotional roller coasters of stress, anger and anxiety; it's not a good time to think business matters through carefully and make choices that will ensure what's best for their financial futures. That job often falls to the owner's e

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