Drafting the right contract is essential to making the most of your business relationship. When drafted properly, your contract can be a very powerful tool. It can act as the blue print of your relationship, providing the clarity and detail needed for both parties to successfully navigate their future together. When things don’t work out, it can become a legally effective tool to simply and quickly protect the parties’ rights and enforce their obligations.
At Buzaker Law Firm, we have experience drafting and reviewing a variety of different types of contracts in numerous industries, and we know how to make your contract work hard for you.
Drafting an agreement: When drafting an agreement, clarity and mutual understanding is key. Ambiguity can be used against the party responsible for drafting the agreement. We work diligently and tirelessly to ensure that both parties clearly understand their obligations. When it comes to drafting, another key consideration is risk mitigation – a good contract must effectively address all foreseeable situations that can arise. Our experience with a variety of different contractual relationships allows us to think critically and creatively to help ensure that your contract will be powerful for years to come.
Reviewing an agreement: Sometimes we are asked to review an agreement that two parties have already drafted. We take this task very seriously and strive to confirm that our client’s interests are as well protected as possible. We use our knowledge of the nuances of relevant statutes and case law, as well as our experience with a variety of different contracts, to ensure that the contract that ultimately gets signed is one that effectively establishes, and protects, our clients’ rights.
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