Why Do You Need an Attorney for Contract Writing?
You fill out paperwork without a lawyer all the time — at the DMV, during tax season — the list goes on. But business contracts require special care. Without the help of a seasoned business law attorney, clients may draft a contract that fails to account for key points that need to be included. And even in simpler scenarios, a person may sign something without fully understanding its terms, which could lead to bigger issues down the road.
Robert regularly prepares, writes, and reviews contracts for business owners to ensure that their needs are addressed and their terms are outlined. His knowledge and experience allow him to foresee consequences that someone with less experience just can’t. And to really go above and beyond the call of duty, Robert will even take a couple hours out of his day to walk a client through a contract before they sign — showing them which terms could be misinterpreted, misleading, or damaging in the future. He doesn’t just want them to protect their business now. He also wants them to learn how to protect it for years to come.
Aggressive but Practical Representation
Not every aspect of the law requires forceful action. When it comes to matters such as contract writing and review, for example, knowledge and foresight are more important than aggression or intimidation. That being said, Robert knows how and when to use each approach to the benefit of his clients. Rather than pushing for the most aggressive approach every time, he examines the situation, weighs the options, discusses them with the client, and then proceeds with a focus on practicality and ultimate success.