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Contracts and agreements are critical to the functioning of every business. Most critically, contracts help protect your business’s rights and interests. But if you find yourself having to negotiate or review your business’s contracts for the first time, the whole process can seem incredibly daunting. As a business owner, the last thing you need to do is to take your time and focus away from running and growing your business in order to review and parse legal language in a complex contract or agreement. Let an experienced contract attorney be an effective advocate on your behalf throughout the contracting process so that you can be assured your rights and interests are being looked after.
At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, our Union County contract attorneys have been helping our business and corporate clients with their contract matters since 1984. Our attorneys bring their legal knowledge and decades of experience to protect our clients in each of their contracts and agreements. We advise our clients as to their rights, options, and risks in a contractual matter and vigorously pursue every available opportunity to help our clients achieve the best deal possible for their business. Our experienced transactional lawyers work diligently to handle your contractual matter with the care and skill that your business deserves.
Your business is too important to jeopardize with a contract that doesn’t protect your rights and interests. When your company is facing contract negotiations or review, contact Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan today to let our attorneys handle your matter and get you the best outcome for your company.
In any line of business, you are likely to encounter a wide variety of business agreements. At Bramnick. Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, our skilled attorneys can help you negotiate or review business contracts such as:
If your business needs help negotiating or reviewing any of the above agreements or contracts or some other contractual arrangement or agreement, contact us today. We are ready to help you ensure that your company’s contractual agreements protect your rights and interests.
For over 25 years, the contract attorneys at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan have negotiated agreements and reviewed existing contracts for our clients to ensure that their rights, interests, and hard work are being protected. No contract is too small not to make sure that you are getting the best deal for your company or that you are not overlooking issues that can create serious issues or legal disputes down the road. Our attorneys have the legal knowledge and experience to be effective advocates and advisors whether your company operates in the local, national, or international business world.
If your business is entering into new agreements, let our attorneys advocate and negotiate on your behalf to get you the most favorable deal possible for your company. Our firm can also help review your existing contractual agreements to ensure that your deals are up to date and identify any potential risks or other legal issues so that you can begin to take steps to remedy or mitigate those risks before they turn into serious legal disputes that can threaten your business and all the hard work you’ve put into growing your company. When you hire Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, you can be sure that our skilled contract attorneys are doing everything we can to get you the outcomes from your contractual matters that you and your company deserve.
If you are negotiating or reviewing a contract or agreement that your business has entered, you should have an experienced contract lawyer to ensure that the contract or agreement protects your rights and interests. Contact Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan to set up an initial consultation to discuss your legal matter and to learn more about how our attorneys will advise you and advocate on your behalf through the contract process.
Put simply, “consideration” in a contract is something of value that is bargained for and received by one party to a contract from another party to the contract. Consideration is a requirement of any contract; a contract that lacks consideration is considered void and of no effect. Consideration is often money, but does not have to be money. Consideration can be a piece of real or personal property, or a promise to do something or to not do something. An attorney can review your contract to make sure it is bound by valid consideration; if it isn’t, you may find yourself agreeing to a contract that you believed protected you but in fact has no legal effect whatsoever.
Not necessarily. Oral contracts are usually just as enforceable as written contracts. However, there are certain categories of contracts that are required to be in writing to be enforceable; this requirement is known as the statute of frauds. Examples of contracts that must be in writing include contracts that affect rights in real estate, contracts for the sale of goods worth more than $500, and contracts that must take longer than one year to complete. The definition of a “written” contract can be quite broad; an attorney can help you understand whether your agreement will require a written contract.