October 21, 2021
A general practice attorney is the best resource when it comes to knowing business law in regard to contract drafting and review. The general practice attorneys at Juris Law & Mediation understand the ways that business contracts interplay with property laws, tax law, estate planning, employment law, and even family law. Our nation was built on the law of contracts and these statutes continue to evolve. Contracts are the foundation for nearly every business transaction, so making sure any contract you wish to draft or enter into has been looked over by an attorney is important.
It is the responsibility of business owners to create a contract that is negotiated, drafted, and reviewed by an attorney to fulfill specific requirements that adhere to state laws. The only way to ensure this practice is upheld, is by working with a knowledgeable attorney at an experienced firm like Juris Law & Mediation, LLC.
Contract disputes are one of the most common forms of dispute between individuals and businesses. Using a solid attorney for drafting, review and negotiating contracts gives your business an added layer of protection.
Solid contract drafting and review by our experienced attorneys can help you avoid common pitfalls that often appear well after the contract is signed. When short cuts are taken at the drafting stage, or before entering into a contract without review, you open yourself up to liability and disagreements over ambiguities or misunderstandings.
A general practice attorney at Juris Law & Mediation, LLC. recognizes that time is well-spent on the front end, drafting and reviewing your contract, to ensure that the language and meaning is and does not put you at a disadvantage. With years of legal and business experience, our team is dedicated to helping you realize your legal goals. Our clients benefit from a no-nonsense approach to solving legal problems in a quick, efficient and cost-effective manner. Juris partner MaKenzi D. Higgins holds not only a Juris Doctor, but also her MBA from the Henry Bloch School of Business at UMKC and has been running small businesses for over 20 years.
If you are in the Kansas City Metro area including Johnson County, KS and Olathe, KS and are in need of a general practice attorney to help draft or review your business contracts, contact us today to schedule a consultation, or feel free to call us at (913) 764-8844 with any questions you have regarding contract drafting and review.