Letter of Intent Lawyer - Brewer & Pritchard, P.C. of Houston
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A letter of intent outlines the initial terms of a merger and acquisition or a proposed financing transaction between the parties of a transaction. The letter of intent normally includes information about the following items:
- Identification of assets
- Identification of liabilities
- Stock price (if companies structure transaction as sale of stock merger and acquisition)
- Expenses associated with merger and acquisition
- Confidentiality agreements
- Due diligence investigations
- Closing transaction date
- Terms of a financing
A letter of intent might only be a few pages, but the legal implications of these important documents can be dramatic. Even a single word can make a significant difference in the structure of a merger and acquisition agreement or financing between two parties. That's why it's critical that you have a sophisticated business law attorney working for your company, someone who thoroughly understands the implications of your letter of intent. That's why you need Brewer & Pritchard working for you.
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Located in Houston, TX and serving corporate clients throughout the country, the team at Brewer & Pritchard has a well-deserved reputation for being thorough, detail-oriented attorneys with a strong track record of success. Our lawyers can work with your business every step of the way in your merger and acquisition, including drafting a letter of intent. We understand the laws governing such transactions, and we use that information for our clients' benefit.
Purchasing or selling a business marks a dramatic change in the life of any company. Take your transaction seriously, right from the start. Contact Brewer & Pritchard and allow us to help create your letter of intent. Call 800-445-8710 or fill out our online inquiry form to schedule an appointment.