NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Q: My wife and I started a small business seven years ago, which we've put our backs and hearts into. The last three years have been really tough and we're going to sell. I can't help being overly skeptical of all potential buyers. There's a buyer that both my wife and our financial adviser approve of. I don't agree with them; my wife says I'm making business personal. Obviously, I need some non-biased advice on how to approach this process. Thanks!A: Your business has been your baby; a creation you successfully saw through to completion. I would absolutely expect a great resistance in the final moments before you sell.
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