Businesses enter into agreements on a regular basis. Often, these agreements are memorialized into a written contract. This written document spells out the obligations and rights of each party. Unfortunately, there are times when the meaning of that writing may be unclear or somehow ambiguous. This can lead to disagreements. Those disagreements, in turn, can lead to time-consuming and money-wasting litigation. The proper drafting of your company’s contracts can help to prevent these types of disputes from occurring in the first place. This prevention will allow you to focus on the most important things – your customers and products. This is why it is important to retain a lawyer who is experienced in drafting contracts and in reviewing agreements who have been drafted by others. Holly Meyer is a Long Island business law attorney who handles such matters. She works to provide the highest levels of service and our firm is ready to assist you. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation. We also serve those in Queens, Brooklyn, and other New York areas.
Lawyer assisting Long Island businesses with the drafting of written agreements
It is important that any contract be clear and unambiguous. There are two reasons for this. First, clearly defining the terms of the agreement helps to prevent misunderstandings between the parties. This prevention of misunderstanding helps to ensure that a business owner does not find himself or herself in Court. Second is the fact that, when one party does breach the agreement, the Court will look to the written contract to determine what the intention of the parties was. As long as the terms of the agreement are clear then the Court will not consider any evidence other than the written contract. This helps to keep an entrepreneur’s focus away from legal matters and on their enterprise. Retaining an attorney to assist with the drafting of your agreements is vital.
Holly Meyer is a Long Island lawyer who assists with the drafting of contracts and other agreements. Holly understands that no two businesses are alike. This is why she does not believe in simply providing clients with a “cookie cutter” contract. She will use your initial consultation to determine the needs and goals of your company. She will then draft an agreement that is specific to furthering those goals and which also protects you in the event of non-performance by the other party. She will be available to answer your questions throughout the drafting and review process. This includes making sure that your calls are timely returned and that your emails are quickly responded to. We understand that your business is important. That is why we make this area of law our business. Contact us today.
Our firm also serves Kings County residents in Brooklyn, residents of Queens, those in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, as well as people in other New York areas.
Business attorney assisting Long Island companies with issues beyond the drafting of contracts
There are many other issues with which Long Island businesses require assistance. These can include the drafting of corporate bylaws, handling employee related issues, and litigation. Whatever your situation, our firm can help. We strive to provide a comprehensive solution for entrepreneurs and are honored to serve our greater community.