This month we welcome Elizabeth (Liz) Billies to The We Chat Divorce Podcast! Liz has been working as a divorce attorney in suburban Philadelphia at the firm of Dischell Bartle and Dooley, P.C. During this time, she’s represented hundreds of men and women going through separation and divorce. In doing so she has learned a few (maybe more than a few) things about relationships and the divorce process. In addition, to her family law practice, Ms. Billies also operates her blog, the Divorce Lawyer Life, where she provides her readers with practical tips to help them expertly navigate the divorce process to their best post-divorce life. In this episode, we’re going to be discussing family-owned businesses and divorce. Let’s Chat…
- Generational family-owned businesses
- Husband and wife owned businesses
- What to look for (books & records)
- What to listen for ( what is your spouse saying about the business)
and much more!
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