How Do I Know If I need A Contract Attorney?
In legal contracts, the wording and format generally have to be very precise to be legally binding. Working with a contract attorney will ensure that your documents are legal and are free of loopholes. If you’re drawing up any sort of legal document, hiring an attorney to at the very least review, if not draft, the document can save unnecessary headaches and frustration. A contract attorney can also give guidance if you believe someone has broken/breached a contract you’ve entered into or if you would like to get out of a contract that you have entered into.
To put it simply, contract law is complicated. An experienced attorney can save a lot of time and resources for an individual or business. According to The Florida Bar, “Each year, Florida residents lose money because they do not understand contracts when they enter into them or what to do when the other side breaches the agreement. In many of these cases, the advice of a lawyer would have prevented the loss. Only a qualified lawyer can advise you on whether an agreement is binding and what rights or obligations you may have if there is a breach.” (Consumer Pamphlet: Legal and Binding Contracts, Florida Bar, 2017).
When Should Someone Have A Contract Reviewed?
Any time a contract term is longer than a period of one year, you should probably have your attorney review it, particularly if you cannot cancel the contract. If the contract looks overly long, overly sufficient, overly burdensome, or seems confusing to you, then you should probably have an attorney review it. Ultimately, if you have questions or you are not sure on a contract, get it reviewed…Read More
The Weil Law Group can help on a range of contract issues including, but not limited to:
- Sales contracts
- Employment contracts
- Non-compete agreements
- Non-disclosure agreements
- Service contracts
- Purchase & sale agreements
- Confidentiality agreements
- Shareholder disputes
- Partnership disputes
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