Business attorneys are adept at drafting contracts. Typically, attorneys who are pessimists are better at drafting contracts than those who are optimists because drafting a good contract requires anticipating everything that might go wrong in the dealings between the parties to the contract.
An attorney asked to draft a contract will discuss with his client, not only his client’s expectations, but also unexpected situations that might possibly arise during the contractual relationship.
The more the attorney knows about the client’s business, the better able the attorney will be to protect the client during the negotiating and drafting process.
Do you need assistance when it comes to drafting a contract or negotiation conditions with a coworker? Norman Business Law Center has qualified business attorneys who can assist you with any and all your contract needs. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or visit our website where you can see a full list of all the services we offer.