Most of us have either experienced or heard about a bad business divorce. Unfortunately, even the best ideas and partnerships can turn sour. Much of the acrimony from these breakups can be avoided if closer attention is paid to the initial agreements. Whether you are a small or large business, watching your bottom line is always a priority. But where you spend your capital can be critical because doing things right the first time is far less expensive than trying to fix them once things go wrong. What activities can you handle yourself and when do you need to bring in a professional? We’ll review key decisions that may help you keep your company out of Business Divorce Court.