Business Contracts

Having written contracts is the best way to create legal protection for all sides in an agreement. It sets the terms of the agreement out in full for the parties while also holding them liable if they do not fulfill their obligations. Depending on the nature of the business, the necessary written contracts can consist of a consulting agreement, construction contract, promissory note, employment agreement, or other documents solidifying the relationship between the parties or the product/service being provided.

It is essential to put agreements in writing to avoid misunderstandings. Different sides to an agreement may have their own perception of previous conversations, and making a final agreement in writing prevents confusion. It is essential to make the terms clear for everyone, and a formalized written agreement is the best way to make certain that happens.

Confidentiality Agreements

Some small business owners have created an idea or product that contains a new business model, invention, or other trade secret. They have to share their idea or product with investors to get the necessary loans or funding. They also have to share information with employees. Confidentiality Agreements can help to protect them by providing a contractual agreement allowing them to file suit against investors or employees who violate their confidences. This makes them more protected when sharing their proprietary information with others.