Trusted Contract Lawyer in Buffalo and New York State
Our Buffalo Based New York Licensed Business Contract Lawyers Give You the Time to Focus on Your Business.
At Lawyer For Business, we know just how important contracts are to keeping a business operating smoothly. Our attorney for business contracts works diligently to ensure that our clients’ interests are honored and safeguarded in the contracts we prepare. We’re proud to bring thorough attention to detail to every contract we draft.
Before any contract is finalized, we use our extensive experience to fiercely negotiate terms that favor our clients. Years of contract drafting and working in this arena have earned us a reputation for being vigorous representatives.
Trusted Contract Drafting and Negotiation Services
Careful Contract Examination and Review
The terms of a contract are similar to laws. When executed, the contract becomes a legally binding document. As such, you should never sign a contract that you don’t fully understand.
Document review is where our business contract attorney tests each line of the contract to ensure that our client’s needs are met and to reduce the risk of costly litigation. Even before review, you can expect our business lawyer to fight for terms that benefit you.
Detail-Oriented Contract Drafting
Although they often cover general agreements, contracts often contain details that affect a company’s future positively or negatively. From the sale of goods to non-compete clauses, we work hard to specify the terms and protections our clients need.
Clear and concise contract language is one of our strong suits, and it allows us to minimize our clients’ risk of disputes over legal issues in the future.
Strong Negotiation of the Terms of a Contract
It takes a seasoned negotiator to get the terms their client needs. At Lawyer for Business, our lead lawyer for business contracts, Andrea A. Willis, is well-versed in the back-and-forth nature of the contract negotiation process. As a shrewd contract negotiation lawyer, she does not settle for terms that her clients can’t accept.
From contracts for services to all kinds of business agreements, you can rely on Tarshus Law Firm to do what it takes.
What Types of Business Contracts and Agreements Can We Help with?
Whether you’re in need of a corporate contract attorney or are considering contacting small business corporate lawyers, we can help you draft the contracts and agreements essential for your business.
Business Acquisitions and Sales in NY
Business Organization Agreements in NY
Real Estate Negotiations in NY
Other Transactions in NY
Secure your business's future with a solid contract
How to Enforce Business Contracts in New York
Running a business means handling contract after contract, from payment exchange and delivery terms with your vendors to employment contracts for your new employees. To protect your business interests, it is critical for each contract to be valid and enforceable in court.
Valid contracts in New York must contain the following elements:
- Mutual agreement by all parties
- Consideration and a conferred benefit for one or the other signatory
- Terms and amount of exchange
- Legal and mental capacity on the parts of both signatories to enter into a contract
- Mutual obligation to perform the terms of the contract
- Outlines terms related to a legal activity or legal goods
- Mutual right to remedy any breach of contract by the other parties
Lawyer For Business contracts attorneys ensure that all contracts we draft for review are compliant with New York and federal contract law.
Why choose us?
Solid contracts for your business need an eye for detail and thorough knowledge of New York and federal business laws, and that's what Lawyer For Business delivers.
When you choose Lawyer For Business for your contracts service, you get:
- Timely responses to your business needs
- Flexible consultations, including online options
- Experienced business contract attorneys drafting all your legal agreements
Our experience working with commercial enterprises in Buffalo and the rest of New York State means that we have the background to handle whatever your current contract needs are.
Contact Your Dedicated Business Contract Attorneys in Buffalo, NY
We’re ready to discuss your needs and help you secure the future of your business with premium contract work that gives you the freedom to conduct business without unnecessary worry. Whether you need a corporate contract lawyer or small business legal services, call our office today or schedule a meeting with us online.
FAQs: Contract Drafting, Negotiation, and Review
What Is a Quasi-Contract in Business Law?
A quasi-contract is an obligation created by law to prevent one party from becoming unjustly enriched at the expense of another. It’s not a contract but a tool used by the courts to “create a contract” that equalizes an unjust transfer of something of value from one party to another.
What Is a Void Contract in Business Law?
A void contract is an illegitimate agreement, without force or effect, and unenforceable. Contracts are null and void when they are missing one of the essential elements discussed earlier. For example, a contract with a 13-year-old is not enforceable. Likewise, a contract for the purchase of stolen cars would be null and void.
Does a contract need to be notarized to be legally binding?
No, contracts do not need to be witnessed by a notary public to be legally binding, although our New York State business and contracts attorneys highly recommend it as an added layer of protection. Notarization indicates that all signatories legitimately signed the contract.