A stock purchase letter of intent is used to establish an agreement for the purchase of shares in a business such as a corporation, company (LLC), or partnership. The agreement may be used for public and privately traded companies.
A durable power of attorney form allows an individual (principal) to select someone else (agent) to handle their financial affairs while they are alive. The term durable refers to the form remaining valid even if the principal becomes incapacitated (e.g. Dementia, Alzheimer’s, etc.).
A single-member operating agreement is a document written for a limited liability company (LLC) with only one (1) owner. The form is to be used to help solidify the LLC’s status as a separate entity from the owner’s personal assets.
An escrow holdback agreement addendum is used to set rules for money that is “held back” until the seller of property fulfills their duties after the closing occurs. The agreement outlines work or tasks that are needed to be completed in order for the seller to collect the last payment for the purchase of their property after the closing.
A public relations (PR) consultant agreement is a legal contract that describes the business relationship between a client and a PR consultant, binding both parties to the terms and conditions relayed therein. The primary purpose of a public relations consultant is to work with a company’s PR team to establish a positive image of the business with the public.
A non-circumvention agreement protects a party in a business deal from being bypassed or having their work being used against them. It commonly includes a non-disclosure clause that prohibits the other party from sharing trade secrets (proprietary information).