Due Diligence Information

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Certain representations are made during the selling process. Many of these are related to financials, operations, backlogs, employees and more. Prospective buyers rely upon these representations when developing the letter of intent terms and conditions. These representation are then verified and further reviewed by the prospective buyer with the seller during the due diligence period. Because of our extensive involvement in many deals we can anticipate what information the prospective buyer and their advisors will be looking for. Consider us a liaison. Our counseling, facilitation and preparation maximizes the flow of due diligence information leading up to a successful closing with no surprises to either party.

Example of Due Diligence List Items

"I was tremendously impressed with Al and Patrick’s breadth of knowledge concerning these types of transactions. This was my firm’s first acquisition of this size and nature, and Stonemill walked us through the process and were always ready with forms, knowledge and advice."
- Alan Haley - Ziegler Cooper Architects