If you are filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, there is a chance that some of your possessions may need to be sold in order to repay creditors. Your letter intent should describe what assets of yours will be kept and which will be sold, as creditors will want to be informed of this information. These letters should be sent within 30 days of filing for bankruptcy. A lawyer is typically used to ensure that these letters get to all the right places and contain the proper, and correct, information.
A letter of intent (LOI) must have five basic elements in its content: 1.The buyer's name 2.The property address and description 3.Your offer which includes: a.Purchase price b.Down payment c.Terms d.Conditions e.Due diligence time f.Closing time g.Any other clauses or provisions h.When a formal contract will be written up if the LOI is approved 4.A clause that makes the LOI non_binding 5.Your signature and a place for the seller's signature