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Divorce & The Family Business

21st November 2017 Paul Andrews

Join us for an interactive hour on twitter as we discuss some of the issues around divorce in the context of the family firm that families may not be talking about.  

We are delighted to be hosting the next in our series of interactive twitter chats in association with John Broons, a family business consultant and friend of Family Business United based in Perth, Australia,  where we will be tackling some of the topics associated with divorce that may affect the ultimate performance of the family firm.

Friday January 12, 2018

2-3pm (UK GMT)

Join us to chat around the topics of divorce and how it can affect the performance of individuals and their ability to act as we share insights, articles and resources to help bring the matter to the fore.

The event is taking place on twitter using the main Family Business United account (@familybizpaul) so please make sure you follow us and use the hashtag #FamilyBizChat in all of your posts on the day to get the most out of your involvement.

Register for this event in advance if you would like to be sent a reminder nearer the time. 

Register here

Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can be of any further assistance or there is a specific question that you would like addressed.

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