Protect your Personal Assets
In our everyday lives, there are occasions when we need to execute an agreement on our own behalf. Such an agreement might be with another individual or with a business, and might be related to your life, home or property. Examples include rental agreements for tenants on your property, contracts for sale or purchase of personal property, agreements for someone to perform a service for you, or you for them, or loaning money to a friend or family member.
Having a contract in place, even among friends, is the smart thing to do so that the terms upon which both parties have agreed are legally binding and enforceable by law. Attempting to write a contract on your own may not be a good idea, especially if there is a substantial amount of money involved, or property that has value. A well written agreement can keep things professional, alleviate any confusion, and potentially avoid a legal dispute in the event the parties disagree on something down the line.
Wendy Anderson can assist in drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a contract that will protect your personal interests. For a consultation regarding your specific situation, contact the Law Office today.