Business contracts, construction or remodeling contracts, and employment contracts all have long-term consequences. You need assurance that your interests are protected in any contract you sign. When drafting contracts, there is much that needs to be taken into consideration. First, we want to make certain that the contract meets your needs. We will review the contract thoroughly with you by our side, to see that the contract is one that you should enter into. We will also take great care to see that there is no ambiguous language in the contract. Ambiguities are one of the most frequent causes of disputes in the area of contract law. Our goal is to avoid them and thus avoid disputes.
Drafting, Reviewing and Negotiating Contracts
- Buy/sell agreements for ongoing business
- Noncompetition agreements
- Employment contracts
- Service contracts
- Real estate purchase and sale contracts
Even under the best of circumstances, things can go wrong. Memories fade and misinterpretations develop. Whether it be a business, service, or other type of agreement, a written contract is your best protection. This is only so, however, if your interests and rights have been accurately reflected on that contract. The consequences of the casual and more "inexpensive" route can result in longer-term and much more expensive contract litigation which may or may not be successful.
Our firm has decades of extensive experience in the drafting, review and, when necessary, litigating of a wide range of contracts.
Resolving Contract Disputes and Other Business Disputes
Contract disputes can arise for many reasons. Perhaps the dispute is the result of a poorly-written contract. Perhaps it is the result of a breach of contract, in which one party has not fulfilled their end of the contract. We can resolve these and all other business disputes requiring litigation, with your best interest in mind.
Contact us today to learn more about what we can do to help your business handle all contract matters.