How divorcing couples can protect their co-owned businesses

07/31/2011 | Wealth Management Insider

Tracy Stewart, CPA/PFS, outlines seven ways a divorce can disrupt a couple's co-owned business. Couples who are involved in the day-to-day operations of their company can quickly lose control of the situation as their personal relationship changes, and that can cause the business to suffer. The solution is to opt for a collaborative law divorce process that will allow the sides to settle their differences while protecting the company's interests, Stewart wrote.

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