Preparing to Review or Draft a Business Contract?

Modesto Business Contract Attorneys Serve Stanislaus County

Commerce runs on contracts and agreements. Drafting, administering, and modifying contracts is necessary for a business entity to be successful. Generally, business-to-business contracts are legally enforceable agreements that provide protections for both parties. These agreements help create stability by defining the responsibilities of the parties involved. Unfortunately, when two people enter a business or employee contract, things are not always that simple. It can be difficult to determine how someone will interpret a provision in an agreement. Therefore, you should always have a lawyer review a contract before you sign. Our Modesto business contract attorneys have the business knowledge necessary to protect your rights.

Arata, Swingle, Van Egmond & Goodwin knows what it takes for you to get the most out of your contract. Our law firm can help draft a precise contract that protects your company or business. We can modify existing agreements to prevent future misinterpretation or disputes. Every business is unique, with its own set of challenges. For decades, our attorneys have helped individuals with employee handbooks, contracts, and sale agreements. Let us put our 100 years of combined experience to work for you.

What Does a Business Contract Lawyer Do?

When you invest in help from a qualified business contract attorney, you are investing in protection. A contract lawyer helps you keep your business entity operational, and up to federal, state, and local regulations. A skilled attorney can also help with your employees. Since contracts are legally binding agreements, they can be used to safeguard your assets or status. Drafting and administering these contracts is essential to any businesses success and require frequent attention. Contract lawyers can use agreements to settle disputes before they turn into problems by defining company boundaries and relationships.

If you are signing a non-disclosure agreement, employee handbook regulations, partnership agreement, or any other contract, our firm can help. We can help you determine if your best interests are not fairly represented in your contract and identify potential pitfalls. Our law firm believes you should have a contract that is fair for all parties. By complying with the law, we help your business stay operational and legitimate. If you are drafting or reviewing any business contract, the lawyers at Arata, Swingle, Van Egmond & Goodwin can help.

How Do Contract Attorneys Help Business?

Contract attorneys help you get back to work by protecting your rights. It can be difficult to create or modify contracts that protect your best interests. Furthermore, it is normal for a business entity to sign thousands of contracts. Because our firm handles business contracts in any industry, we know how to resolve disputes and avoid traps. We review your contract to identify what rights you have for protection. Our attorneys can help resolve your dispute quickly and aggressively so you reach a favorable outcome. Our areas of service include:

  • Agreements: We are experienced in handling sales and purchases, reseller, distribution, licensing, stock purchase, partnership, operating, founder and franchise agreements. If you need a modification or draft, then our contract attorneys can help.
  • Contracts: The details in service and vendor contracts can make a big difference in your bottom line. Through a team of experts, we review the details of real estate, construction, employment and other contracts.
  • Business Law: Your situation may require a broad range of expertise. Our attorneys can prepare and draft your contract or negotiate details of an existing contract. Furthermore, we can protect you from breach of contract lawsuits and may be able to help prevent contract disputes.

Contract Questions? Call Modesto Business Contract Attorneys for Free Consultation

Concerns over regulations in your employee handbook? Concerned you may have broken a non-compete agreement? Problems with your vendor or a breach of contract? A business agreement or dispute does not need to deteriorate into a catastrophe. By hiring an experienced business contract attorney, you can have peace of mind. No employee or owner should have their livelihood slowed down through disputes or confusion. We believe you have the right to have your contract reviewed and your rights protected.

Our firm can help you draft, negotiate and understand any business contract or agreement. Through a free initial consultation, we can let you know if we can help. Our attorneys will investigate every detail of your agreement or contract and help bring a swift resolution to your case. If you have questions or concerns, call us now at 209-522-2211 or contact us through our website.