262-237-8668

1119 60th Street, Kenosha, WI 53140

Kenosha County Business Contracts Attorney

Burlington contract review attorney

Lawyer Providing Contract Drafting and Review Services in Bristol, Pleasant Prairie and Lake Geneva

As a business owner, you have put a significant investment into your company, including both financial resources and personal time and effort. You will want to make sure all of this hard work pays off by doing everything you can to protect your investment. The contracts you make as you do business are a key part of this protection, which is why it is crucial to work with a skilled attorney to help ensure that your contracts will meet your needs.

Whether you are drafting a new contract or reviewing a contract's terms before signing it, Frozena Law LLC can provide you with guidance on the best ways to proceed. With 15 years of experience across law and business, including vendor management, Attorney Angela Frozena understands the issues that should be addressed in a contractual agreement, and she will work with you to provide your business with the protection you need throughout your journey to success.

Protecting Your Rights in Business Contracts

A business contract is not simply a written form of an agreement between two parties. Rather, it helps ensure that both parties understand their requirements, states when and under what circumstances the contract will or will not be in effect, and outlines what will happen if either party breaches the terms of the contract.

When drafting a new contract, an attorney can help make sure that it contains the terms necessary to protect your business. A lawyer can also review contracts written by another party, helping you understand their terms and identifying any issues that could negatively affect you in the future. We can assist with drafting or reviewing a wide variety of contracts, including:

  • Employment contracts & independent contractor agreements  - When hiring employees or engaging independent contractors, you want to make sure the contract is enforceable and protects your business. When drafting these contracts, an attorney can make sure that any necessary clauses are included, such as non-compete or non-solicitation agreements, confidentiality or non-disclosure agreements, or agreements related to inventions or patents created during an employee's work.
  • Partnership or shareholder agreements - When forming a business as a partnership, LLC, or corporation, you want a comprehensive agreement to outline each partner's rights and responsibilities, determine how disputes between partners will be resolved, and detail the processes that will be followed if a partner wishes to leave the company.
  • Vendor contracts - These contracts should fully describe the products or scope of services being purchased or sold by a business, specify when and how payments should be made, and include agreements between the parties on other issues, such as confidentiality, information and data security, indemnification, and limitation of liability.
  • Financing or lending contracts - Business owners should be sure to understand the terms of any loans taken out to fund business operations, including the penalties for making late payments or defaulting on the loan.

Contact a Racine Business Law Attorney

Working with an attorney when drafting or reviewing business contracts can help ensure that your rights are protected and terms are clear to reduce the risk of future disputes. At Frozena Law LLC, we can answer your questions about your contacts and provide you with the confidence you need when making business agreements. Contact our office today at 262-237-8668. We work with business owners in Kenosha, Union Grove, Bristol, Racine, Pleasant Prairie, Lake Geneva, Sturtevant, and Burlington.

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