Georgia Business Attorneys Draft and Review Your Contracts
Preparation prevents potential pitfalls
Contracts form the backbone of virtually all business relationships. Under the Georgia Code, “A contract is an agreement between two or more parties for the doing or not doing of some specified thing.” The Code goes on to say, “Simple contracts may either be in writing or rest only in words as remembered by witnesses.”
Before entering into any contract, the wise business executive or entrepreneur asks an experienced business lawyer to review the pertinent document. If the terms of the contract aren’t favorable to you, the attorneys at Dyer & Rusbridge, P.C. will negotiate better terms. And if the other party ultimately fails to live up to the agreement, we are ready to file a breach of contract suit on your behalf and litigate aggressively.
Big firm experience with small firm service
At Dyer & Rusbridge, P.C. in Canton, you receive the caliber of service you would expect from a large law firm, with the personalized attention that only a smaller firm can provide. Whether you want us to draft and negotiate a complicated contract or you need us to review a simple lease agreement, we have the knowledge and experience to protect your corporation’s interests.
Some people are reluctant to retain a lawyer because they think it is expensive and may complicate matters. But we practice “real people law.” Our aim is simple: We want to save you money and aggravation down the road. If you need a contract drafted or are being asked to sign one, our Canton business law firm will make sure you are legally protected.
Canton contract and business attorneys protect their clients
A contract may seem straightforward on its face, but that simple document doesn’t tell the whole story. There are hundreds of years of contract law on the books, and those court decisions affect the meaning and enforceability of every contract. A poorly drafted agreement can contain ambiguities that can come back to harm your business and your personal finances. In some cases, the document may be so flawed that it doesn’t even amount to a contract. Our Georgia business lawyers regularly prepare and review such contracts as:
- Independent contractor agreements
- Manufacturers’ rep agreements
- Purchase and sale agreements
- Real estate contracts
- Business transactions
The benefits of retaining experienced Georgia business attorneys
With more than 50 years of combined experience, the lawyers at our Canton business law firm offer you:
- Thorough review: If the other party has presented you with a contract, don’t sign it until our attorneys have reviewed it. We are here to protect your interests.
- Sophisticated drafting: Whether you operate a small or medium-sized corporation, you will be involved in transactions that should be memorialized in a contract. A well-drafted contract can avoid disputes in the future.
- Personal attention: Our attorneys listen to you and tailor your agreements to your individual needs. We don’t hand you a one-size-fits-all form contract.
Call our Canton business lawyers for your contract needs
For help with a contract issue, contact us online or by phone at 770-450-5733 to schedule a consultation. Dyer and Rusbridge, P.C. serves clients in Cherokee County from our offices in the heart of Historic Downtown Canton. Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, with other times available by appointment. There is a fee for the initial consultation. In certain cases, we offer alternative fee arrangements, including flat rates for some services.