What if an age-old family business is altered and the extended family’s only connection is a family office? What would happen to the children? That’s what worried May Johnson when it became clear that the third-generation brothers who owned the company she worked for were going to sell major parts of the business and strike out on their own with separate enterprises. But they funded a unique family office along with their sister, who had not been involved in the family business.
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