First, after a preliminary telephone conversation, we will provide you with a signed Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement assuring the protection of all your private company information. We also will provide you with a document that requests certain information regarding your business.
Second, assuming we conclude that we can help you sell your distributorship and you would like to proceed, we will forward to you our standard engagement letter outlining our arrangement. Accompanying the engagement letter will be our standard form of non-binding letter of intent that, ultimately, will be signed by you and the buyer.
Third, after identifying an appropriate and qualified buyer, we will require the buyer to sign a Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement in order to ensure, once again, the protection of all your private company information. In addition, we will forward to the buyer a separate engagement letter including our standard form of non-binding letter of intent.
Fourth, we will then forward to the buyer the company information we previously had requested and received from you. The buyer likely will want to speak with you to ask additional questions and to learn more about your business. You may want to ask the buyer questions as well and learn more about the buyer’s business.
Fifth, if both you and the buyer want to proceed, you will negotiate and finalize the purchase price, payment terms and other aspects of the transaction. All of this is presented in our standard form of letter of intent in order to make the process faster and easier.
Sixth, after you and the buyer sign the letter of intent, we will prepare a final purchase and sale agreement memorializing the deal.
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