Business Contract MattersUnfortunately, in today’s business world, a firm handshake just doesn’t suffice anymore. There are a variety of different scenarios that require a good business contract. These legal documents communicate the terms and conditions of a business agreement and set expectations for the behavior of all parties involved. The more specific and detailed the business contract, the better.
When disputes arise, as they inevitably do, business contracts can act as guidelines for resolving the matter. Not only are they helpful in mediation, but they also stand up in a court of law should the matter be litigated.
What Types of Agreements Require a Business Contract?Many situations in real estate, employment, and business formation require an official business contract. The following are some examples of when you’ll need to draft a contract:
- Employment agreements
- Real estate purchases
- Sales and leases
These are just a few examples. Essentially, anytime you participate in a formal agreement with an outside party, you need a business contract to express the terms of this agreement clearly and in writing.
Can I Draft a Business Contract Myself?While it’s certainly possible to draft a business contract on your own, it’s not advised. Not only are there certain loopholes that must be avoided, but these contracts usually require a specific type of language that includes legal terms. Rather than going it alone, you need the help of an experienced business attorney.
How to Hire the Best Business Contract LawyerGood business lawyers can help you draft a business contract, review an existing contract, or use a contract for mediation or litigation purposes. It’s important that you find a lawyer who is knowledgeable about business law and contract matters, however. Depending on your individual situation, you may also want a business attorney experienced in mediating and/or litigating business disputes involving contracts.
The experienced legal staff at Ensberg Law Group has decades of combined experience in this specific area of the law. We’ve helped hundreds of clients in West Covina, CA and the surrounding areas draft business contracts, and we’ve also assisted clients during mediation and business litigation. We are prepared to help you too. Just contact us to schedule a consultation and discuss your needs.
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