The Deal is Done, but our Work Isn't Complete.
We do our best to avoid earnouts during negotiations. However sometimes they are necessary under very particular circumstances. Earnouts can help reduce risk and liability for the buyer while giving the seller an opportunity to achieve a higher sale price for their clinic if they meet certain criteria.
Typical earnouts will run for six months to two years, pending on the agreed arrangements. We work with you during this period of time to make sure you are easily achieving these goals. We want to ensure that you realize the full extent of your sale price.
We also stay with you during the post-transition period. We want to make sure that all of the employment, staffing, and lease arrangement details are being fulfilled. If any discrepancies arise, we will help to liaison with the buyers to ensure that there is both clear and transparent communication.
Our job is only done when all of these steps are completed in their entirety.
Plan Your Transition Ahead of Time.
Don’t wait until you’re in the later stages of your career to begin thinking about your veterinary practice transition. The longer you plan ahead, the more value you can expect from your practice. This will ultimately allow for our team to have more lead-time to address growth, efficiencies and drive optimal environment for your valuation.
With our years of experience representing veterinarians for transition planning, we have seen it all. If you plan ahead, you can be ready to transition when you want to, rather than when you need to, eventually avoiding costly mistakes.
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