Orange County, CA Contract Lawyers
One of the most frequent ways that businesses finalize agreements is through the use of contracts. The strength of a company’s contracts has a significant impact on their day-to-day operations, growth, and potential to bring in revenue. Weak contracts could lead to legal issues that cost a company time, money, and resources. In order to ensure that your company’s contracts are strong, compliant, and explicit, you should consider seeking experienced contract attorneys who can step in and assess these factors. At Zecca Ross & Smith Law Firm, P.C., our attorneys have been working with business owners for over 20 years and know what a solid contract should consist of. They also know how to spot a contract that could be damaging to a business and needs to be reviewed and negotiated. Call our Orange County contract lawyers today to schedule a free consultation and learn more about how we can make a difference for your business.
Types Of Contracts We Frequently Handle
Commercial contracts detail the agreements regulating the relationships between individuals or businesses. Commercial contracts bolster healthy and profitable relationships between two parties and streamline business operations, limit liability, and stipulate expectations. Some of the most common commercial contracts we manage are:
- Joint Venture agreements
- Shareholders agreements
- Business Purchase agreements
- Supply agreements
- Sale and Distribution agreements
- Franchise agreements
- Non-Disclosure agreements
- Partnership agreements
- Vendor contracts
- Intellectual Property Assignment agreements
- And others
Employment contracts are traditionally agreements made between a company and its employees that detail the terms of their employment and relationship. They are usually issued upon the hiring of the employee or the renewal process. The document will also review the rights, responsibilities, and obligations of both parties. Some of the most common employment contracts we manage are:
- Full-time contracts
- Part-time contracts
- Zero-hour contracts
- Casual contracts
- Freelance contracts
- Union contracts
- Executive contracts
- And others
Real Estate Contracts
Real estate contracts often deal with the lease, purchase, sale, or management of commercial properties. Since these contracts pertain to the physical space where a company conducts their business, they may reflect their image and reputation, and therefore need to be handled with great consideration. Some of the most common real estate contracts we manage are:
- Purchase agreement contracts
- General purchase agreements
- Property-specific purchase agreements
- Lease agreements
- Contract for deed
- And others
Our Contract Services
Our Orange County contract lawyers can assist in drafting any contracts your business may need. We first get a firm grasp of the goals you want the contract to accomplish for you and your company to ensure we accurately reflect your interests. Clear and precise language is the key to avoiding ambiguity and misunderstandings that could cause problems to arise later on. We take careful consideration to anticipate future scenarios and take proactive measures to prevent disputes or complications down the road.
In addition, we can review any contracts to ensure that the agreement is solid and lucrative. We will first identify any potential risks you would be making by entering into the agreement, then search for weaknesses in the terms, language, and objectives. Finally, we will move into the negotiation phase if possible.
Negotiating contracts requires sound legal knowledge combined with effective communication skills, strategic thinking, and sound reasoning. When negotiating on your behalf, our Orange County contract lawyers will obtain a clear understanding of your goals, as well as the goals of the other party. We will propose solutions, alternatives, and compromises that we believe could be profitable for both parties, and remain objective over the course of the negotiation.
Trust Our Orange County Contract Lawyers To Make A Difference In The Future Of Your Business
Not every contract is a good one, and we will never hesitate to use our knowledge and experience to give you our honest recommendation. With our attorneys on your side, you can be confident that every agreement you enter into will be fruitful for your business! Call our multilingual firm today to schedule your free consultation and learn more!
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