Florida Contract Review

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Florida Contract Review Help

Russell Law and Patrick Russell, Esq., a Miami Contract Lawyer can assist you with Florida contract review.   A new contract should be reviewed by a Florida contract lawyer prior to the time that you sign the contract.  Having a lawyer review your contract after you sign it may not help you as it will be difficult to make changes to the contract once it has been signed.  The time to review and the best time to change a contract is always before the time the contract is signed by both parties.  Advance legal review of a contract allows the lawyer to identify possible problems with your agreement.  If a particular contract was drafted by a non-lawyer, it is quite possible that the contract lacks certain necessary terms and conditions. Likewise, if you are using a printed form from an office supply store or the Internet, review is still needed as those forms still might not be applicable to your particular situation or they to may lack essential terms and conditions.  If the contract was drafted by a lawyer representing the other side, you should take caution in entering the agreement since that lawyer has no obligation to represent you or to ensure that your rights are protected.  Not knowing what your contract provides or failing to read the contract is not a defense in a court of law.  By law, you are presumed to have read and to understand all terms and conditions of your contract.  If this is not the case, you should seek the help of a Florida Contract Lawyer who can help you.

Existing contracts can be reviewed by a Florida lawyer at any time if you should have questions as to your rights or duties.  We can sit down with you and thoroughly review your contract to answer any of your questions.  Potential problem areas can be identified so you may address and plan for the future.  Due to a change in circumstances, it may become necessary for you to modify or amend your existing contracts.  Russell Law can help you with Florida contract drafting and revising your existing agreements.

Florida Contract Review Benefits

Russell Law and Patrick Russell, Esq., a Miami Contract Lawyer are available to assist you with Florida contract review.  Unlike a printed form from the store or Internet, we can sit down with you and discuss your legal rights and answer your questions.  Thereafter, we can suggest changes to your contract so that it better suits your purpose.   The law will not protect you from making a bad business deal, paying too much, or  having buyer's remorse.  The law will however protect you from a bad contract that should not be enforced.  With its experience, Russell Law can sort through these issues and help you identify problems with the contract.

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