I have been a consultant for many years and I know some companies that have assets of like $100 million. I know other companies that might pay more for these assets, like $150 million. What I want to do is "buy" the asset and "sell" it to make the $50 million profit. The problem is I don't have the money but I figure there must be a way to do it such as having the buyers $150 million pay me and the seller. I want to go at this and make it work. If you can provide legal services to assist me in closing such a deal I would agree to a generous contingency fee. I will need contracts drawn up, offers made and someone to make sure the deal progresses and closes as agreed.
2 Answers from Attorneys
There is a way to do this and I suggest that you contact me
Buying and selling may not be the best strategy to pursue because of possible adverse tax implications and difficulty to procure the appropriate lines of credit.
If you can demonstrate that the potential seller and buyer have demonstrated concrete interest in such a deal then please contact my office at your convenience to further explore this.
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