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Transitions in the Family Business, Part III: A Successful Sale

This post is Part III in a three-part series summarizing and exploring Transitions in the Family Business: A Conversation with Family Business Owners and Leaders, a recent event for family-owned-business leaders that...more

Transitions in the Family Business, Part II: An Outside Perspective

This post is Part II in a three-part series summarizing and exploring Transitions in the Family Business: A Conversation with Family Business Owners and Leaders, a recent event for family-owned-business leaders that Bradley’s...more

Transitions in the Family Business, Part I: Caring for the Goose

Last week, Bradley’s Family Business Advocates team co-hosted Transitions in the Family Business: A Conversation with Family Business Owners and Leaders with Warren Averett. ...more

Family Office Series, Part IV: Family Office Trends

In the previous posts in our Family Office Series, we have examined, among other topics, how family offices are structured and the pros and cons of forming a family office....more

Family Office Series, Part III: How Are Family Offices Structured?

As we noted in a previous family office series blog post, “if you’ve seen one family office, you’ve seen one family office.” There is no standard legal structure for family offices. The types and number of legal entities used...more

Family Office Series, Part II: The Pros and Cons of Forming a Family Office

A family with sufficient net worth, a shared vision for how to invest the family’s wealth, and the ability to communicate openly and resolve differences may be a good candidate to form a family office. There are a number of...more

Family Office Series, Part I: What Is a Family Office?

I have a home office in my basement that I refer to as the “Smith Family Office.” Fortunately, this blog post is not about my home office. A family office is an entity (or multiple entities) established by a wealthy family...more

Introduction to Our Family Office Series

Many wealthy families form or consider forming a “family office” to manage their wealth and provide services to family members. Whether forming a family office is feasible and whether it will be successful depends on a number...more

Rollover Equity in the Sale of a Family-Owned Business

If you sell your family-owned business to a private equity buyer, the buyer will most likely pay a portion of the purchase price with equity in the buyer’s new company, rather than with cash. The equity that you receive in...more

How Much Should I Expect to Pay An Investment Banker To Sell My Family-Owned Business?

In our last blog post, we highlighted the benefits of retaining an investment banker for the sale of your family-owned business. As you might expect, investment bankers do not work for free. In today’s blog post, we outline...more

Should You Hire An Investment Banker To Sell Your Family-Owned Business?

Yes. In almost all circumstances, the buyer (whether a strategic buyer or a financial buyer) will have more financial resources and will be more experienced in buying and selling businesses. Retaining an experienced and...more

Using Phantom Stock in a Family-Owned Business

Like any business, a family-owned business needs to attract, retain, motivate and reward key employees. A competitive salary and benefits package may not be enough to do this in today’s market. Many businesses issue stock or...more

Do You Need Directors and Officers (D&O) Insurance for a Family-Owned Business?

Family business owners may assume that D&O insurance coverage is necessary only for publicly traded corporations and large, non-family owned private businesses. That is not the case. Individual directors and officers of a...more

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