How a contract is drafted can determine how effectively it can be enforced in a court. Businesses and individuals should carefully review all of their goals in the earliest stages of the relationship and thorough, accurate preparation of the contract prior to signing can prevent lawsuits at a later date – or set the stage for you to win your case in court if they do happen. One mistake many business owners make is to take a competitor’s contract or someone else’s contract and use it for their own purposes without having it review by a lawyer. That contract may not address all of your business goals and may be poorly drafted, exposing you to unwanted liability and leaving you without options to redress if a breach of contract occurs.
DeStefanis Law Office can also assist you or your business with a wide variety of contract cases, including litigation. We have experience involving non-compete agreements, commercial lease disputes, and debtor-creditor issues, to name a few.