Montgomery County Contracts Attorneys
As a business owner, you know that legal matters can be costly and time consuming. You may also be unaware of all the different services a lawyer can provide. A transactional lawyer is one such legal professional who can help make your business dealings smoother and less complicated. This type of lawyer can draft and review contracts, advise you on transactions, and help resolve any disputes that may arise. If you're in need of these or other legal services, contact a transactional lawyer today.
Depending on your industry, contracts can be a crucial part of doing business. Reviewing them is one thing but drafting and negotiating their terms can be overwhelming! With all that is required in these documents (legal protections, industry-specific terms, etc.) - make sure they stand up by getting legal advice from our attorneys with the knowledge and experience you deserve.
The best way to protect your business is to avoid business disputes, and that happens by partnering with an attorney that understands your business and specializes in drafting, negotiating, reviewing, and executing legally binding contracts. We understand and capitalize on leveraging the right amount of pressure to protect your business needs.
Our services include reviewing your contracts and assessing your risks. Our legal experts are experienced in developing high-level risk assessments for our clients that provide a key term strength-weakness analysis of current contracts. This allows our clients to determine their leverage for renewal agreements or amendments to strengthen current terms.
Our experience includes drafting, negotiating, reviewing, amending, redlining:
- Licensing agreements
- Sourcing contract lifecycles, including bidding, procurement, and migration of vendors
If you’re considering entering into a contract, it’s important to have an experienced attorney look it over first. A lawyer can help ensure that the agreement is fair and protects your interests. At Shelander Law Offices, our team of legal experts are available to review contracts and provide advice on what to include or avoid in order to minimize your risk. Contact us today for a free consultation and let us help you protect your business interests.