Klett Law Offices offers a variety of legal services related to contracts. Please view our Practice Areas to see all of the high quality and affordable legal services that we offer.
Contract Drafting: Use A Professional
Anytime you reach an agreement with someone you should reduce it to writing. Reducing an agreement to writing helps protect both parties in the event a dispute arises. A well drafted contract can help reduce disagreements that can lead to costly and unpredictable litigation. In fact, certain types of agreements are only valid if they are reduced to writing. A properly drafted contract is necessary to help ensure that both parties have the same understandings of the agreement.
Let Klett Law Offices take care of all of your contract drafting needs. We will work with one or both parties to ensure that the contract satisfies all of your intentions. Do not rely on the "good faith" of the other party. One of the only ways to adequately protect yourself is to reduce your contract to writing. We continue to serve our clients in an expeditious and cost effective manner.
- All Basic Contracts and Agreements
- Buy / Sell Agreements
- Confidentialty / Non-Disclosure Agreements
- Employment Contracts
- Marketing Agreements
- Operating Agreements
- Residential / Commercial Leases
- Video Game / Mobile App Development Agreements
Contract Review: Protect Yourself!
Before you sign a contract, make sure you understand the terms of the agreement. Pay attention to the fine print details as essential terms are often located in the small text. If you sign a contract, you are agreeing to the terms, even if you do not understand these terms! It's not your fault. Contractual language is intentionally difficult to decipher so that it can be used in favor of the party who prepared the contract. Before signing a contract, the most important thing that you can do to protect yourself is to seek the advice of a knowledgeable contract attorney. Even if you think you understand the terms of the agreement, it is still advisable to consult with an attorney to make sure you understand all of your new legal obligations and the repercussions if you fail to meet those legal obligations.
Even though you have a written contract, circumstances may arise in the life of your agreement when negotiating is no longer enough. In these cases you will need to take formal action to enforce your rights. We can help you file your case in small claims court, arbitration, state court or federal court depending on the nature of your dispute. Contact us to protect your interests and ensure that you have a strong advocate on your side to plead your case in front of the judge.
If you would like to speak to an attorney about contracts, please email Info@KlettLawOffices.com or call (412)353-3710.