Business contracts and agreements are an important aspect of running your own small company. However, signing something that hasn’t been prepared properly can have detrimental effects and may even run you out of business. Let’s consider the 4 stages of business contract preparation and see how you can avoid being taken advantage of.
- Drafting – This is the initial step in the process. A preliminary contract is drawn up that meets the needs of all of all parties involved as they have been outlined.
- Reviewing – The contract is reviewed to ensure that it is accurate, binding, and that there isn’t a problem with the “fine print.”
- Negotiating – Even after the contract has been drafted and reviewed, there may still be things that the two companies or business owners may not be happy with. Thus, additional negotiations and adjustments to the agreement may take place.
- Signing – When a fair compromise has been reached, all of the parties are happy, and all of the documents have been properly prepared and reviewed, it is time to sign the document and make it legally binding.
Finding Help for Business Contracts and Agreements Preparation
If you are a small business owner, you no doubt want to protect your company. However, you may find that business lawyers are too costly for a small business budget. That’s why Pokala Law is here. We’re a small business who can meet your needs at an affordable rate. So if you are a small business owner who needs business contracts and agreements drafted or reviewed, contact us today at 1-844-695-1487.