Women in Family Business: What Keeps You Up at Night?

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Createspace Independent Pub, 2009 - Business & Economics - 150 pages
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Women in Family Business: What Keeps You up at Night? addresses the psychological, relational and financial issues impacting women in family owned businesses: women whowant their husbands to retire; mothers who want to treat their children fairly; widows who don't know whether to keep or sell the business; stepmothers who feel like outsiders; daughters who want their fathers' approval; sisters who want the same opportunities as their brothers; and daughters-in-law and sisters-in-law who wanted to be treated with respect. Written by a team of advisors, each of whom hasmore than two decades of experience consulting for family business, this book informs, entertains and provides those women in the family owned business with survival tools for taking care of themselves and their families.

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An interesting book, but not what I expected or was looking for. Having just gone into business with a family member, I was looking for more of a partnership with family members perspective. This book ... Read full review

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MOTHER
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WIDQW
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STEPMOTHER
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chairs the Estate Planning group of the Boston law firm of Prince, Lobel, Glovsky & Tye, L.L.P. She has been selected by her peers as one of the Best Lawyers in America, a New England SuperLawyer, a Top 50 Female Massachusetts SuperLawyer and Massachusetts Estate Planner of the Year for 2007. Patricia is the authorof a two volume treatise on Estate Planning for Thomson/West Publishing Company and Women & Money: A Practical Guide to Estate Planning. www.princelobel.com

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