Category Archives: Partnerships

Partners in Business and Marriage

What if your partner is also your . . . partner? The Memphis Daily News on Correale Builders & Realtors…

Read More

Pre-Partnership Rule of Thumb

From Ben Canosha’s blog, a good suggestion before starting a business with others: Before going into a partnership with someone,…

Read More

Basic Training: Does Divorce Litigation Affect a Business Partnership?

It’s said that more than 40 percent of all marriages in this country end in divorce.  So there’s a not-insubstantial…

Read More

Partners Across the Pond

Partnerships can be tough under the best of circumstances.  Communication gets garbled even when you’re sitting right next to your…

Read More

A Business Partner’s Role in Planning

Sometimes, a break from routine is a good thing. Had Ari Weinzweig not allowed his business partner, Paul Saginaw, to…

Read More

Doing Your Partnership Due Diligence

Well, it seems that even the powerful get duped in their dealings.  From the Washington Post, comes the story of…

Read More

How an entrepreneur’s prenup avoids messy small business divorce

People often view a marital prenup like having a bucket of ice-cold water dumped on your head. Small business owners…

Read More

When Partnerships Turn Sour

Reproduced from my weekly ezine, LexAppeal: As I mentioned last week, business partnerships are delicate creatures.Like Japanese maple trees, you…

Read More

A Sweet Beginning to a Strategic Alliance

In my opinion, there are few more delectable words in the English language than . . . chocolate.    So…

Read More

Business Partners Left Holding the Bag

Today’s lesson: you can’t just “walk away” from a business partnership. Another submission from the Department of Horror Stories. “Marcia”…

Read More