As a practicing probate attorney for over twenty years, I have seen a lot of post-death “drama” involving many families. It is hard enough losing a loved one, but to be enthralled in a battle with family about where the deceased should be buried is something that can be totally avoided.
Who is the Chief Family Officer in Your Family Business?
Have you ever heard this, “I am the owner and chief bottle washer of my business?” Every business has its own phases of management. Owners daily recognize themselves fulfilling the duties of a chief operations officer C.O.O., a chief financial officer C.F.O. and a chief executive officer C.E.O. While we readily recognize these roles for people directly working in the business, family members must also recognize and undertake on roles within the family for the benefit of both the business and the family.
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