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Preventing and Avoiding Costly Conflicts

Preparing for changes helps to maximize the family’s wealth and objectives.

Family office (FO) goals, structures, leadership and challenges are as complex and distinct as the families themselves. Although each FO approach and structure is unique, all FOs must address the challenges presented by potentially divergent goals, incentives, constituencies and duties. These types of forces—some obvious, others more subtle—result in potential or actual conflicts of interest that FO leadership must identify and address, regardless of the specific structure. And

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