Florida Contracts Lawyer
As a contracts lawyer, we address matters related to reviewing, drafting, negotiating, and enforcing legal agreements.
Contracts law is a vast area of practice as a contract lawyer may be asked to help prepare a contract, review a draft of a contract (perhaps a vendor or service contract, or a lease agreement) or review an already signed contract (like for an individual who signed a non compete), or even guide clients on their rights and remedies for a possible breach of contract case. For these reasons, it all starts with understanding case law and what works and what does not work. In most cases, we find that a simple, easy to read contract is the best solution as it clearly delineates the rights and duties of both parties. Legalese is just one way to overcomplicate matters, and it does not add any real value to the writing. However, what is necessary is clarity and an accounting of all possibilities so future rights are protected. Let our contract attorney help you protect your rights by drafting or reviewing your contracts.
How we help protect your rights
- Reviewing and drafting all other types of contracts, from everyday agreements to complex agreements
- Reviewing, negotiating, and drafting all other types of contracts, from everyday agreements to complex agreements, including:
- Vendor Contracts
- Service Contracts
- Purchase and Sale Agreements
- Reseller and Distribution Agreements
- License Agreements
- Commercial Real Estate Leases
- Non-Disclosure & Confidentiality Agreements
- Non-Compete Agreements
- Operating Agreements
- Partnership Agreements
- Franchise Agreements
- Employment Contracts
- Severance Agreements
How we offer cost-effective legal representation
Packages are bundled services that allow us to offer flat-fee services so there are never any surprises. Our packages included:
Demand Letter Package
- Gathering information and evidence
- Drafting and sending the demand letter
- Negotiating pre-litigation settlement and resolution
Contracts Law FAQs
Should contracts be in writing?
We are of the opinion that, yes, all contracts or agreements should be in writing. It allows parties to an agreement to understand the expectations, rights, and obligations. Further, in some cases, contracts must be in writing to be legally enforceable.
Why would I need a demand letter prepared by a lawyer?
A demand letter is a way to communicate one party’s expectations, especially related to contractual matters in dispute, to another party. When prepared by a lawyer, these letters can be respectful, but also have the necessary “teeth” to led to amicable resolution without the need for costly litigation.
What contracts should I have drafted to start my business?
There is no one size fits all as this really depends on the type of business you have. Some businesses may need independent contractor agreements, and others may need employee agreements. Some may need vendor or distributor contracts, some may not need either. Other examples may be nondisclosure or noncompetes. It all depends on your business needs, but we can help figure that out during either a consultation or strategy session.
Is there a difference between an employment contract and an employment agreement?
No. The words contract and agreement are synonymous. Regardless of its name the document has the same purpose — to outline the employment relationship and expectations between the employer and the employee.
What are the basics of a solid employment contract?
A simple employment contract should include: At-will provision; Termination clause; Wage & benefit information; Confidentiality, Non-disclosure, Non-compete language.
Contact a Florida contracts lawyer
Contact HR Legal Logistics to find out how he can help you. You can contact the law firm and speak to a contract lawyer by phone at (561) 480.0779 or by text at (561) 571.8921. You can also contact us by requesting a consultation on this website to schedule an appointment and learn more about Florida Contracts.