Most businessâ€™ use contracts on a regular basis. A contract attorney can help you navigate the complexities of your contracts. Do you have employees or independent contractors you should have contracts. Are doing business with third parties, suppliers, manufacturers or other key contacts? You should have contracts in place.
If you are already using contracts in your business, address the following question. Who is drafting your contracts and will your contracts protect you? Many contracts contain pretty language and all sorts of complicated â€œlegaleseâ€. This is no good to you, if it does not accomplish the purpose for which it was written; protecting your interests. The worst time to find out your contract does not protect you is when you are in the courtroom.
Attorney Gibbsâ€™ goal is to provide you with the tools necessary to decrease the likelihood you will find yourself in that predicament. She can also provide you with the information you need to be successful in your business transactions. Attorney Gibbs will provide you with the contract support you need so you can make informed business decisions. Contact us today for contract assistance!
Attorney Gibbs can assist you with drafting a variety of different business contracts including:
- Non-Disclosure Agreements
- Independent Contractor Agreements
- Lease Agreements
- Teaming Agreements and more