Dividing a Family Business During Divorce
In this segment of The Morning Blend on TMJ4, Jeff Hughes talks with Tiffany Ogle about the important considerations that come into play when business owners divorce and if spouses can continue to operate their business after separation.
Divorce is certainly a difficult subject. Aside from the emotional tumult, it also spurs many questions regarding child custody and the division of assets. But for couples who own a business together, it can sometimes be the most emotionally tolling part of the process.
Jeff Hughes of Sterling Lawyers discusses the important considerations that come into play when business owners divorce. He discusses if spouses can continue to operate their business after separation
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