Dallas Franchise Disclosure Documents Attorney
What is a Franchise Disclosure Documents (FDDs)?
Since 2003, Mullin, P.C. has been helping new and existing franchises craft customized Franchise Disclosure Documents (FDDs) and Franchise Agreements.
The FDD is drafted to provide extensive information about:
- The franchisor’s history and background
- Royalty fees and initial investment
- Legal issues
- The responsibilities of both franchisees and franchisors
It is crucial to prepare and review every section of the FDD with the utmost care.
Our firm is dedicated to providing franchise solutions tailored to meet your business mission and goals. We provide individualized service while maintaining a systematic approach. Our attorneys can leverage our experience, knowledge, and expertise in franchise law and compliance.
Whether you are launching your franchise program or modifying and enhancing it, our team is ready to provide you with a foundation for success.
Our team focuses on the representation of franchise brands, but we often represent franchisees and prospective franchisees. We understand both sides of the franchise relationship, giving us a unique advantage in representing franchisees and reviewing FDDs. Our team is skilled and efficient in providing FDD review, Franchise Agreement review, and in reviewing other related agreements.
The FDD can be an intimidating document to review, providing 23 areas of information about the franchise system. At Mullin, P.C. we have deep experience helping new franchisees review FDDs and other due diligence information to make educated investment decisions. We can evaluate the information in your FDD and provide comprehensive advice and recommendations.
For assistance in drafting or reviewing Franchise Disclosure Documents, contact us. Serving franchise brand owners and franchisees nationwide and internationally.