5 ways to protect your business from divorce

5 ways to protect your business from divorce

Many restaurants are family businesses, so a divorce can be especially devastating. Here's how to minimize the damage. • See more H.R./Legal articles

In the days and weeks leading up a person’s wedding—or in the blissful newlywed days to follow—the idea of divorce sounds impossible. But the fact remains that plenty of marriages don’t end in happily-ever-after, and if you own a business, the results could be worse than a broken heart. You could wind up with your ex as your business partner or worse, selling the business to raise cash or pay a settlement.

So how do you protect yourself and your business? The best time to prepar

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