Memphis Commercial Contract Drafting Attorney
Contracts are the lifeblood of commerce. Whether you are an individual or a business, contracts play an important role in making sure obligations and responsibilities are honored and your legal interests are protected. Whether you are wanting to purchase a single item or are needing to memorialize obligations that will take several years to perform, a contract can provide you and your business’s stakeholders with the assurance that obligations will be performed.
A contract is only helpful, however, if it is well-drafted. A contract that is vague or that does not accurately record the rights and obligations of each party is of little use to either party. When you need a contract for your business’s operations, consult with a knowledgeable and experienced Tennessee commercial contracting attorney.
What Makes A Contract Well-Drafted?
Not all contracts are drafted equally well. The best contracts leave little room for interpretation as to the rights and obligations of the parties to the contract. When a dispute arises, the parties are able to look at the language of the contract and resolve their disagreement without resorting to expensive and time-consuming litigation.
The hallmarks of a well-drafting contract include:
The contract accurately describes the parties to the contract.
The contract accurately describes the obligations of the parties.
The contract should specify which state’s law will apply if disputes arise.
The contract should spell out the legal rights of the parties if either party breaches their obligations.
Seek Help From A Talented Memphis Commercial Contracting Attorney
When you need a contract created for your business operations, you do not want to spend time waiting for an attorney who has little experience in the area to fumble through creating a contract that may or may not meet your needs. The Memphis commercial contracting attorneys at Douglass & Runger, PLLC, Attorneys at Law, have drafted well-written and easily-understandable contracts for a variety of business clients. Seek out their assistance with your contract project by contacting them at (901) 388-5805.
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For more information about our firm and our approach to the practice of elder law, contact our office. Call (901) 388-5805 to schedule a confidential consultation and case review today. Douglass & Runger, Attorneys at Law, serve clients throughout Memphis, Shelby County, and the surrounding areas.