Before you enter into any business contract, it is always important to have it reviewed by an experienced business business attorney. Often times we have clients come to us for help either enforcing or defending themselves against a contract that they entered into without having an attorney review it. Many times when this happens we can identify immediately that it was a contract that they never should have entered into, or it is unenforceable because it is missing important clauses or information. It is far less expensive to have an experienced attorney either draft or review a contract prior to you signing it then it is to later try to litigate the contract that was poorly drafted.
At Gregory & Waldo, we have much experience in drafting and reviewing contracts, as well as enforcing and reaching settlement regarding already agreed upon contracts. As stated above, you are saving yourself a lot of future frustration having an attorney either draft a contract for you prior to signing, or having an attorney review a contract for you that someone else has drafted prior to signing. Once you sign the contract, you are limiting your future defenses and options of enforcing it should something go awry, as it often does. Most people do not enter into contracts anticipating that the other party will not live up to it.
If you do find yourself in a contract that you either want to enforce, or is being enforced against you, at Gregory & Waldo we always try to resolve the issue without expensive litigation. Our first goal is always to reach a resolution without having to file a civil complaint. Often times that is very possible to do because both sides usually want to avoid the expenses and time of litigation. However, when certain issues simply cannot be resolved without litigation, we are highly experienced in fighting contract disputes through litigation.
At Gregory & Waldo we specialize in handling contracts for business clients, as well as individuals entering into personal contracts regarding things such as property, debts, or other personal obligations. As a business owner, it is even more important not to enter into agreements that have not been drafted and/or reviewed by an attorney who is exclusively protecting your interests. As a business owner, you have likely invested far too much time and money into your business to risk losing anything due to a poorly drafted or unenforceable contract.
If you are considering entering into a contract, whether it be personal or for business, it is important to consult with an attorney regarding the purpose, terms, and details of the contract. It is very important to have an experienced attorney draft important contracts for you. It is equally as important to have an attorney review a contract for you prior to signing if someone else has drafted it. At Gregory & Waldo we are very experienced in Nevada contract law and can assist in your contract needs. Call 702-830-7925 for a consultation.