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No Debt, no reasons to be sued. Any accounts I have are pain monthly and are paid in full. Nothing is outstanding. Cannot imagine any reason I would be sued, I stated that as well when I Dissolved my LLC.
Thank you so much, just a quick follow up from me.
You said: You would not need a long purchase agreement, but a rather simple purchase agreement with an indemnity clause.
That sounds like something I could write up simply myself and then have it notarized with a witness, is that correct?
- Also, I would have her sign it as well.
I realize if I write it myself, I am responsible for what I put in it.
This is not something I HAVE To go through a LawFirm correct?
Thank you again for your time.
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