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How To Protect A Business In Event Of Divorce
A business owner who is married or considering marriage, should know how his or her business may be affected in the event of divorce. The following legal issues may pertain to a business and a marriage:
Some guidelines you can follow to generally protect a business are as follows:
Creating a fair settlement requires good information from both parties. When you have good records, you can protect your business - and yourself - in the unfortunate event of divorce.
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Author: Mary L. Boland, Attorney at Law
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