Contract Drafting and Negotiations 2018-03-28T13:31:57+00:00

Contract: Drafting and Negotiations

In America, the freedom to enter into contracts is a constitutional right.  In fact, we enter into many contracts throughout our daily lives, such as when purchasing a new cellular phone plan, a car, obtaining television service, or leasing space in a building.  When you enter into a contract each party has a duty to perform some act (i.e. pay rent / provide space in a building), and has rights (i.e. enjoy and use the space in a building / receive rental payments). Sometimes entering into a contract in a business setting may require some additional help to ensure that you understand your rights and duties, that you are making a fair bargained for exchange, and that the contract language actually reflects the agreement you believe you are making (meeting of the minds).

Purchasing or renting real estate, purchasing a business, or entering into contracts to purchase equipment or perform services in the course of your small business operations, are just a few times that you may want to ensure extra vigilance in understanding, negotiating, drafting, and entering into a contract.  At Schmeltzer Law, I can assist you with your contracting needs by reviewing contracts, assisting with contract negations, and drafting contracts to ensure that you a reaching a fair agreement and meeting of the minds.

Schmeltzer Law, your Contracts attorney in Traverse City and Northern Michigan!

Schmeltzer Law is based in Traverse City, Michigan, and practices throughout the state of Michigan.

Contract: Drafting and Negotiations

In America, the freedom to enter into contracts is a constitutional right.  In fact, we enter into many contracts throughout our daily lives, such as when purchasing a new cellular phone plan, a car, obtaining television service, or leasing space in a building.  When you enter into a contract each party has a duty to perform some act (i.e. pay rent / provide space in a building), and has rights (i.e. enjoy and use the space in a building / receive rental payments). Sometimes entering into a contract in a business setting may require some additional help to ensure that you understand your rights and duties, that you are making a fair bargained for exchange, and that the contract language actually reflects the agreement you believe you are making (meeting of the minds).

Purchasing or renting real estate, purchasing a business, or entering into contracts to purchase equipment or perform services in the course of your small business operations, are just a few times that you may want to ensure extra vigilance in understanding, negotiating, drafting, and entering into a contract.  At Schmeltzer Law, I can assist you with your contracting needs by reviewing contracts, assisting with contract negations, and drafting contracts to ensure that you a reaching a fair agreement and meeting of the minds.

Schmeltzer Law, your Contracts attorney in Traverse City and Northern Michigan!

Schmeltzer Law is based in Traverse City, Michigan, and practices throughout the state of Michigan.