Oct 23, 2012

Maryland Small Business Contracts: Never make the crucial mistake of signing without an attorney

Oct 23, 2012 - Resources by |

Why It’s Important to Have A Maryland Attorney Review Your Contract

Whether it’s a separation agreement, an employment agreement, or a contract for the sale of a business, I cannot stress how important it is to have an attorney review a contract before you sign it.  Too often, clients come to me for help to get out of their obligations on a Maryland small business contract which they have already signed and entered into.

While I am more than happy to assist clients with voiding or amending a contract, most people would be much better served having an experienced attorney review the contract before signing.  Ultimately, this can save you a great deal of aggravation, stress and time, not to mention hard-earned money.

While dealing with a Maryland small business contract, an attorney will be able to dissect the contract, line by line, examining each clause, including the fine print, for potential damaging language.  Maryland small business contract lawyers are trained to see the worst case scenario –  the most severe consequences that could happen to you by entering into the  agreement – and find ways to protect your interests.

Whether something was placed in a contract to intentionally hurt your best interests while promoting the cause of the other party, or whether there was a simple miscue or oversight which can harm you down the road, it’s of the utmost importance to find these issues before signing on the dotted line.

By hiring a Maryland contract attorney to review your contract, not only will you protect your long term interests, but you will likely save money as well.  While people often don’t want to spend the money to hire an attorney to review their contract, they often spend more as a result of inequitable contract terms, or subsequent legal fees in their attempts to get out of the contract.

As an affordable Maryland contract attorney, I can review and negotiate contracts with your best interests in mind.  I have a wide range of experience dealing with contracts of all shapes and sizes, and for all purposes, and offer my clients creative solutions, aggressive protection of their best interests, and sound advice.

When it comes to Maryland small business contracts, the number 1 mistake is simply not protecting yourself ahead of time by hiring an attorney.

Call me today at 240.395.1418 or schedule your free attorney consultation online to protect yourself and your investment.

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