The Family Constitution: Agreements to Secure and Perpetuate Your Family and Your Business
The family agreement is becoming a prime objective to a successful family business. Designed for families planning to draft such an agreement, families deciding whether or not to begin the process, and those that have already established a family agreement, this book illustrates the fundamental components and their importance to the success of the family business. A family agreement or constitution is the expression of purpose for the continuity of the business and the process of creating one is just as important.
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