Preventing a hostile divorce: Six unfortunate family business considerations

In Real Business, Chris Wilks and Marilyn Bell detail 6 things to consider if your relationship breaks down and you have a family business.

This can seem very alien in the optimistic and joyful days of planning a family business together but as a divorce lawyer, I have often been involved in unravelling these structures and if the relationship between a couple becomes hostile it is a very difficult scenario where nothing is going to be resolved easily.

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