An experienced Contract Attorney is a business owner's best friend
Some people say that a successful business runs on paperwork but more specifically, a business will live or die on its contracts. Business owners will have to write and agree to contracts all the time and it is very easy to make a costly mistake. Contracts can be worth millions of dollars and give your company important new responsibilities so overlooking a few words in the fine print just isn't an option.
Regardless of the size of your business, you will need assistance from a contract review attorney. Someone that can help you go through a contract before you sign it to discover any hidden pitfalls and prepare custom contracts for your company. Our legal team has years of experience in both preparing and reviewing contracts for our clients. We make sure that you know every contract inside and out before you sign it so you can make an informed design. If you are in business and need help with a contract, call one of our contract attorneys today to set up a free consultation.
What kind of contracts do you usually deal with?
We can handle any kind of contract. Our attorneys routinely help clients with legal issues that could have far reaching consequences for their business but the contracts most commonly involved are:
- Operating agreements
- Employment agreements
- Independent contractor agreements
- Joint venture agreements
- Consulting agreements
This contract seems boilerplate; Do I still need a lawyer?
Yes. Just because a contract is written in a standard way doesn't mean it won't have a few subtle changes to the language here and there. Some businesspeople are happy to take advantage of the unsuspecting by slipping loopholes into a contract that seems like boilerplate. For a contract to be mutually beneficial, it needs to be clearly understood by all parties. This understanding will provide a solid foundation for your future working relationship. With clarity being so important, a contract lawyer should always go over your paperwork before hand to answer any questions and verify that everything was written properly.