Say goodbye to contract confusion faster than you can say habeas corpus!
Long contracts can be a snooze. But you can’t afford to let your business drown in a sea of legalese.
Whether you create or sign them, poorly-written contracts can drag you in over your head once the deal is inked.
I’ll demystify the confusing, boring, and plain ol’ jargony pile of words that make up a legal agreement so you don’t hold the short side of the stick.
The biggest mistake I see business owners make is signing contracts they don’t understand. They can go from riding the high of inking a deal to full-on heart palpitations in a blink of an eye once they realize the fine print they just committed to upholding.
Go into your negotiations empowered by having a licensed attorney review your contracts.
- Educational Training: Intro To Contracts
- Attorney Review Of Your Business Needs & Concerns
- Explanation of The Contracts boilerplate terms and, more importantly, the “Bad” Terms
- Sample Language To Use Instead Of “Bad” Terms