You and your business partner started your company 15 years ago. Together you saw your business grow from just a spark of an idea to a fully functioning and profitable company. When you started the business, you had zero employees and only a few loyal customers. Now, your business has a faithful following, a website, and a few dozen employees. You think to yourself, your business is finally on 'easy street'. That is, until your business partner tells you he or she would like to leave the business.
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As a small business owner, you have likely spent countless hours building and growing your business. With all this time invested in your business, stop and think what you would do if your business suddenly vanished right before your eyes. This scary scenario could easily become a reality if you have not carefully divorce-proofed your business. Whether you are happily single or blissfully married, there are things you can do now to shield your business in the event of a divorce. If you do not think that divorce proofing your business is necessary, think again.