Buying Out Family Shareholders
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For some families, a buyout is unthinkable, undiscussable. For most families, a buyout needs intergenerational discussion. These days, Karen is thinking:
Karen has a point. Why should she have her inheritance forever invested inJacMar Corporation and not be able to diversify
her portfolio? Why should her inheritance be managed indefinitely by her brothers, who may not be wise managers? If she is wealthy on paper, why shouldn't she have some of it to spend now? Karen has real trouble raising these questions for fear of misinterpretation. How would Jack take her interest in selling? As ingratitude? As disloyalty to the family? How would her brothers take it? As her lack of faith in their abilities? As the Prodigal Daughter who lacks the decency to wait for her parents' funerals?