The Guide to Business Divorce

    By Richard R Spore III

    The Guide to Business Divorce

    The Guide to Business Divorce

    By Richard R Spore III

    A business divorce occurs when the owners conclude that the benefits of continuing their business relationship are outweighed by the costs to such an extent that continued co-ownership of the business is no longer a viable option. This book provides an analytical framework and useful insights in representing clients in this scenario.

    The Guide to Business Divorce

    By Richard R Spore III

    The Guide to Business Divorce

    The Guide to Business Divorce

    By Richard R Spore III

    A business divorce occurs when the owners conclude that the benefits of continuing their business relationship are outweighed by the costs to such an extent that continued co-ownership of the business is no longer a viable option. This book provides an analytical framework and useful insights in representing clients in this scenario.

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    Stripped to its essence, a business divorce occurs when the owners conclude that the benefits of continuing their business relationship are outweighed by the costs (economic or human) to such an extent that continued co-ownership of the business is no longer a viable option. To provide lawyers with guidance and understanding on how to handle a business divorce, this new book provides an analytical framework and useful insights in representing clients in business divorces.

    The guide is a helpful starting point in researching legal and business issues that often arise in these sorts of matters. The Guide to Business Divorce proposes a systematic process for handling a business divorce that will help you identify commonly recurring problems and craft practical solutions to address them. In addition, it will help you identify challenges that are unique to a particular business break-up and develop creative approaches to addressing those challenges.

    This process consists of the following basic steps:

    1. Fact-finding
    2. Business analysis
    3. Legal analysis
    4. Advising the client and establishing realistic objectives
    5. Evaluating and selecting strategies to achieve the objectives

    Product Details

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781616328726

    Page Count

    200

    Product Code

    5070642

    Trim Size

    6x9 Paperback

    Publication Date

    3/22/2011 12:00:00 AM

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781614382140

    Page Count

    200

    Product Code

    5070642EBK

    Trim Size

    eBook

    Publication Date

    3/22/2011 12:00:00 AM

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