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Many small businesses are called "mom and pop" stores for a reason, as they're often run by married couples. But what happens when the marriage ends, making them newly divorced business partners?
Marriage is stressful, and so is running a business; the combined stress can sometimes be too much to handle. But just because a marriage ends does not necessarily mean that you have to end a successful business too.
Here are some tips to keep your business running smoothly post-divorce, as recently discussed in the The New York Times:
Running a business is tough enough. If you are going through a divorce or have divorced your spouse, who is also a business partner, you will have to deal with some unique challenges to keep your professional relationship strong.
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