Hi, i have been offered to come back to the company i used to work for. As owners(two brothers) are reaching the point in their lives where they would like to start reaping benefits of their life long enterprenurial results, they want me to step in and take over responsibility for day to day operations as well lead company into the future. They are not looking to completely walk away but lets say alow themselves to be away more and more for longer periods of time. In order to make this work out for both parties (them and myself), they are offing partnership share to create long term commitment. We are talking about the minor percentage ownership. So for example, if company is worth $3,000,000 today and i am offered 10%, i would be paying them $300,000 over a set period. My compensation package would be set salary of $xx,000.00 , plus 10% of the profits which i would probably use to pay of $300,000. As a minor stakeholder, they make final decisions. Should they decide in future that they want to sell, they cant unless i agree. If we agree to sell, i would be entitled to 10% of deal ( value at that time ). I trust them, know the business and want this. I belive there is a potential for great financial return. What are the questions i should be asking to enusre i am deciding based on relevant facts and not based my emotions.