Contract law in California is complicated and constantly changing. The best way to avoid costly business litigation in Orange County is to have an Orange County business attorney assist you with your contracts and commercial documents.
Oddly, not all contract law attorneys have real-world experience with business contracts, so rather than draft a well-defined and focused document, they provide their clients with an overpriced template. Whether you need an employment contract, purchase and sale agreement, company handbook, franchise circular, or any other business or corporate document, our attorneys can help. Having a business litigation attorney assist you in the drafting of your business / corporate documents is the best way to avoid litigation in the first place, but if you do find yourself facing litigation, you will have confidence that the underlying documents were properly drafted.
When you enter a contractual agreement in Orange County, you want to know your contract was drafted by a person well versed in contract law. The best person to prepare your contracts is an Orange County business contracts attorney. Our Newport Beach attorneys specialize in business contracts by applying their real-world business experience.
There is an alarming trend among small businesses (and even mid to large corporations) to use a pre-formed legal document that is downloaded from the Internet from a non-lawyer – and who can blame them? Downloading a contract or document template is a great way to save money, but in the end, you will likely end up spending much, much more paying for a litigation attorney when things go wrong because the underlying document was not drafted with your specific needs in mind.
My advice to my business clients is simple – spend a little money up front to have a business attorney draft all your contracts and business documents and avoid losing time and money because of litigation. This is especially true during the formation of a new company, when the foundation of your business is set.
Our business attorneys are well versed in contract law and serve all of Orange County, including Newport Beach, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Huntington Beach, Irvine, Garden Grove, Orange, Fullerton, Costa Mesa, Mission Viejo, San Clemente, and Laguna.