Being CEO can kill a marriage. Here's how to prevent that
by Jeanne Sahadi
The power. The pay. The perks.
It's good to be CEO. But it can be hard on a marriage.
Few marriages are easy, of course. But the pressures on couples when one spouse runs a company can create new problems in a relationship or exacerbate old ones.
The No. 1 reason why CEO marriages fail is lack of time for family, said attorney Laurence Hirsch, who represents clients in high-net-worth divorces at Jaburg Wilk in Arizona.
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