Family Law Post:  Till Death Do Us Part, But Will The Spousal Consent That My Spouse Signed in Our LLC Agreement Hold Up in Our Divorce

06.18.18

By Ladd Hirsch[1] Spousal consent provisions are commonly found in the governance documents of private businesses, e.g., corporate bylaws, limited partnership and LLC agreements. Private company owners include these consent provisions in their agreements, because they do not want to find themselves suddenly stuck with a new business partner when one of their co-shareholders, partners... Continue Reading

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