Family businesses can outgrow their traditional advisers. Families are loyal and want to retain the professional advisers (lawyers, accountants and bankers) who supported them in the early years. But, as the business grows, these relationships must be reviewed for impartiality and against current needs.
This practical guide offers tips on choosing advisors, and getting the most from engaging an advisor to help the family business thrive and flourish, as well as links to additional resources and publications.
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