Franchise Disclosure Document Preparation
Before a business can sell franchises in the United States, a business must prepare and provide to potential franchisees a detailed written disclosure document. The terms of these documents can be complex, and it is important to have a skilled lawyer help with the preparation of these types of documents.
David T. Azrin, Attorney at Law, has decades of experience handling franchise law matters for clients in the U.S. and throughout the world. To schedule an appointment to discuss his franchise disclosure document preparation services, call his New York law office at 212-935-3131.
What Information Needs To Be Included In A Disclosure Document?
A franchise disclosure document needs to include a wealth of information, including:
- Detailed information about the franchisor
- The terms of the franchise agreement
- The services that the franchisor will provide
- The franchisor’s trademarks
- The franchisee’s obligations
- Expected startup costs for the franchisee
- Ongoing royalties or payments to be made to the franchisor
- Detailed description of the training the franchisor will provide
- A copy of the proposed agreement
There may be other important details to consider depending on the goals of the franchisor. David T. Azrin helps franchisors identify their goals and provides thorough assistance in putting together a franchise disclosure document.