It is easy for arguments to get contentious, especially when it’s within your family. But when your family business—and business family–is at stake, it’s important to take steps to avoid an all-out war. One of the ways to set a difficult meeting up for success is by setting meeting ground rules in advance. Banyan Partner Nick Di Loreto shares why ground rules are important and how to implement them. Below is a downloadable PDF of sample ground rules that you can use to kick-start your conversation.