Selling a Family or Other Lower Middle Market Business? Been approached by investment bankers, intermediaries, and business brokers, one after another, to sell your business for a hefty fee?
Here are a few things to ask yourself:
- Have you listened to pitch after pitch and are now not sure which intermediary’s approach makes best sense for your business?
- Have you done your homework and research on the sale process and are you sure you understand the process and how it should best be used for your benefit?
- Have you consulted an unbiased professional who understands the business sale landscape spectrum and who would have solely your interests at heart and can be trusted to call it like it is?
- Do you want counsel you can trust from one who’s represented buyers and sellers for decades, taught many of the intermediaries who are making their pitches to sell companies, and has written and lectured on the subject?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then a look at my professional background should help you decide whether a consultation with me would be in your interest.
(BTW: no seller should ever sign an engagement letter with an investment banker/broker/intermediary without talking to a knowledgeable and experienced deal attorney and having the contract reviewed in detail. If you already have, oops, and while that may have been what turns into a very expensive mistake, your focus must now be on your way forward.)