Client Testimonials

"I am pleased with AFTCO's services and would recommend anyone considering selling their practice to speak with my AFTCO Analyst."

Michelle Morrow, D.M.D.
Dawsonville, GA

"My AFTCO analyst was a consummate professional throughout our transaction. I appreciate his knowledge and insight with dental practice sale. Buying this practice has been a great decision for my professional career. The transition has gone very smoothly."

Nathan F. Thompson, D.M.D.
Louisville, KY

"Under very difficult circumstances, AFTCO was able to help guide the seller to assemble the required documentation that was basically non-existent. His patience, compassion, professionalism and coordination of a very difficult process are to be highly commended. I do not believe most dental brokers would have been as diligent and persistent while maintaining a fair and equitable relationship representing both the seller and buyer. It is obvious that my analyst's interest was to create a "Win-Win" result for all parties. In fact, he accomplished his goal and objective in the most professional manner possible. Thank you!"

Edward H. Hobbs, D.D.S.
Garland, TX

"My AFTCO Analyst is the best. His integrity and availability is amazing."

John C. Sanders, D.D.S.
Pickerington, OH

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A professional corporation is a State chartered and regulated business entity formed for the purpose of conducting a business (or professional practice)...
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Can the existing owner of a practice offer to "buy" a restrictive covenant from the associate with no contract?

Absolutely. The best thing the owner of a practice can do when he wants to sell his practice (and has an associate with no contract working in the practice) is to offer to pay $5000 or $10,000 to the associate as consideration for a restrictive covenant that can be transferred to a new purchaser.
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