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Business Contracts Attorney In Philadelphia | Greg Prosmushkin, P.C.
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Philadelphia Business Contracts Lawyer

Businesses of every size utilize contracts for their business needs. The success of a business can depend on the quality of these business tools. The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. provides both contract drafting and review services to help our client’s businesses thrive.

Understanding Your Contract

Contract review is a crucial tool for businesses of all sizes. The terms of the contract need to be fairly negotiated and understood by all parties, properly incorporated, drafted, and meticulously reviewed to ensure that the intentions of the contracting parties are reflected within the contract.

Upon either drafting or reviewing a contract, we will make certain that our client fully understands the contract itself and their responsibilities outlined therein. A contract flooded with legal jargon may be the norm for large businesses, but most small businesses and partnerships do not need nor desire such convoluted language. Clearly defining the terms and duties of the parties should be the principal objective of contract review.

Types of Contracts

We can prepare a variety of contracts for our clients or lend our expertise to reviewing a contract they already have prepared. Some common contracts we can help you with include, but are not limited to:

  • Purchase Order
  • Agreement for the Sale of Goods
  • Commercial Lease
  • Employment
  • Independent Contractor
  • Confidentiality Agreement

Why Do I Need a Lawyer?

Contract negotiations can be a difficult process. With the assistance of a lawyer, you can help to mediate these stresses by having an attorney prepare drafts or the final incorporation of the contact, or review already existing contracts. Retaining an attorney will ensure your business interests are protected.

This content was written on behalf of Greg Prosmushkin.