Orlando Business Lawyer
Ensure Your Business Agreements Are Honored
In a business, contracts make the difference between clearly defined expectations and potentially hazardous loopholes. You need to ensure your contracts are written in such a way that they do not leave your business vulnerable to lawsuits, unfair practices, or other negative outcomes. At Ilvento Law, P.A., we draft and negotiate all types of business contracts. Being involved in the litigation of business contacts gives us insight into what works and what does not work, as well as what may cause a dispute to arise—insight that a purely transactional lawyer may not have. Call us to schedule a consultation and learn more about how to proceed with your contracts.
To schedule your consultation with Ilvento Law, P.A., call (407) 915-3438 now or contact our Orlando business law attorney online.
Vast Business Law Experience
With over 23 years of legal experience, we have worked with all sizes and types of businesses, from sole proprietorships to multinational corporations. We bring that knowledge and expertise to every contract that we work with, and in dealing with every opposing counsel who sits across the table. We recognize that every contract is the foundation for a relationship with your client, customer, or vendor. Let us help you craft win-win solutions that preserve your goals and help you build strong, lasting relationships.
Some of the types of contracts we have drafted, negotiated, and brought to signature for our clients include:
- Non-compete agreements
- Non-solicitation agreements
- Independent contractor agreements
- General terms and conditions for invoices
- Letters of intent to create business relationships
- Licensing agreements
- Sales contracts
The Essence of Strong Contracts
For some businesses, a weak contract led to their business’s demise. It is important for every contract to clearly outline exactly what is and—of equal importance—what is not to be included or outlined.
A good contract should include:
- Identification of those to be involved: Unless you want your contract to involve anyone and everyone, it is important that you specify the people to whom this contract applies. Without that, you could be liable to misinterpretation.
- A preamble: A statement of the overall intent and purpose of your contract can greatly assist in it's future interpretation, especially if a dispute arises.
- Descriptions of the included services and expectations: You should ensure your contract clearly outlines what is being agreed upon. Our team at Ilvento Law can help you reduce these descriptions to their simplest parts in order to keep the contract brief.
- Any exceptions you think should be named: With the help of an Orlando business law attorney, you can make sure the terms of your contract are correctly identified. If there are possible complications, we can include them in your contract.
Let us assist you in building the strong relationships your business needs to succeed. Contact us now to get started.
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