A small business owner needs assistance in developing new contracts for her company.

Handshake agreements and verbal contracts may build trust, but will not be helpful if you end up being sued for breach of contract. In most cases, a well-drafted contract will prevent the need for a Florida breach of contract attorney in the future. An effective contract outlines all parties’ rights and obligations and fosters smooth business transactions.

If you are a small business owner, you want to work with an attorney who takes the time to understand the nature of your company and your industry in general, in order to develop contracts that address any unique needs or requirements. An experienced Florida business contract lawyer can help you establish clear expectations, avoid costly delays and misunderstandings, and preserve mutually beneficial relationships.

Contracts Govern Your Important Business Relationships

The Florida Small Business Center provides cost-effective services regarding all types of commercial contracts, including those related to the sale of goods and services, buying and selling of businesses, real estate transfers, franchising, and employment relationships. Examples include:

  • Employment contracts, including employment offers and employee manuals
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Partnership agreements
  • Independent contractor/consulting agreements
  • Disclosure documents and franchise agreements
  • Distribution agreements/supply agreements
  • Intellectual property agreements, such as trademark, copyright, licensing agreements
  • Master service agreements and statements of work

It’s also a good idea to contact a business lawyer before signing any contract so that you are aware of your rights, obligations, risks and liabilities. We will-

  • Help you understand the details of any business agreement and advise you on the best course of action before you sign.
  • Work hard to identify potential risks that are involved in a business deal and to make sure those risks are minimized.

We Understand Small Business Contracts

Making good business decisions starts with knowing your duties and obligations. Your interests are our top priority, and we are here to help you understand any issues relating to contractual liability.  Attorney Rich Sierra can assist you by:

  • Preparing a contract for a reasonable fee
  • Reviewing a contract and suggesting improvements that will better protect you
  • Directly negotiating the terms of a contract with the other party or the other party’s legal counsel
  • Assisting in enforcing an existing contract and discussing the legal options available if the other party doesn’t perform

Our priority is to build long-term relationships with our clients and provide them with a full complement of legal services as their businesses develop. In addition to reviewing and drafting individual agreements, we can be retained as general counsel to draft, review, amend, and negotiate all contracts necessary for the lifetime of a business.

Helping Florida Small Business Owners Achieve Their Goals

Investing in legal services before you enter into a contract can make the difference between success and failure. Our firm offers a wide range of legal contact services, including sales agreements, commercial leases, and large, complex transactions at a reasonable price. To schedule a consultation with Attorney Rich Sierra, call the Florida Small Business Center at 1-866-842-5202.

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