Someone wants to enter into an agreement with you. You should sign it, right? WRONG. You should have a licensed attorney review the agreement and make sure that the terms are comprehensive and reflect the content discussed. THEN you can sign it (and get a fully executed copy for your files, etc. etc.).
I have written and reviewed contracts for dozens of individuals and organizations. While many people steer towards Rocket Lawyer or LegalZoom for their free, fill-in-the-blank standard agreements, I have seen first-hand how it cost more to have an attorney undo and then redo such contracts when things go south. I make sure the contracts reflect both the needs and security of my clients while being fair and adhering to the Ts & Cs agreed upon with the other side.
Areas of Focus
- Employment agreements
- Customer or supplier agreements
- Partnership agreements
- Non-disclosure agreements