Breaking up is hard to do

Entrepreneurs who go into business together are often friends or family members, and dissolving that sort of partnership down the road can bring more than just financial pain, as the founders of Le Papillon restaurant in Toronto learned. Experts say it's best to have a legal arrangement from the beginning, no matter how cash-strapped or optimistic you may be.

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