“The aforementioned client agrees to the terms stated on Page 11, line 25 – 28, and will not seek retribution after the date agreed to on Page 4 unless qualifications met on Page 13 are met but if any qualifications on page 6 are met, then all clients claims are blah blah blah, etc, etc.”…scan to the bottom of the page where there is a highlighted signature and date section.

Does this sound familiar to you? Do you find yourself so frustrated by the legal jargon that you’ll risk it and sign a contract after only reading half of the document? Have you ever felt tricked by a contract simply because the language of the contract was misguiding or ambiguous? It’s time to stop feeling taken advantage of and time to start using contracts as a benefit to you and any businesses you own.

In Western North Carolina, you need more than somebody’s word that you’ll both follow the rules you’ve previously laid out – you need a contract so that if a business partner or client does break previously negotiated rules, you have the law on your side and protection for your rights and business. Contracts can be tough to draft on your own – you need experience in writing contracts to avoid unwanted liability. Should you have to go to litigation, you want the most experienced attorneys representing you and your rights, and this begins with a well-drafted agreement.

When it comes to drafting contracts, negotiating contracts, facilitating mergers, forming corporations, and prosecuting or defending contractual disputes, the contract attorneys of Fisher Stark are here to help. Fisher Stark of Asheville, North Carolina is experienced in drafting contracts that protect you and your business. The last thing you want to worry about is having a contract that doesn’t protect you. If you are in need of assistance in drafting a contract or pursuing your legal rights under a contract, contact Fisher Stark at 828-505-4300 today.