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Drafting And Negotiating Business Contracts

Signing a contract is not just a business decision. There is a strategic component for all parties involved, knowing that the success of the contract and the agreement it creates is tied to the success of the business. When putting together a contract, this component needs to be taken into consideration.

At Pearson & Paris, P.C., our Denver business contracts lawyers have more than 50 years of combined experience. What sets us apart is not just our legal experience, but our business experience. Our top business law attorney has founded for-profit businesses and nonprofit organizations and has served on boards of directors for both. This experience has proven beneficial for the businesses and entrepreneurs we represent.

For an initial consultation at reduced Rates, call us at 303-872-4719 in the Greater Denver area or toll free at 303-872-4719 across Colorado. You can also contact us online.

Drafting, Review And Negotiation Of Business Contracts

Our lawyers are available for drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts of all types for businesses in all industries. Among the contracts we handle frequently are:

  • Partnership agreements
  • Buy/sell agreements
  • Stock purchase agreements
  • Contracts for the sale/purchase of businesses
  • Mergers and acquisitions

When the terms of a contract are not followed, we will not hesitate to litigate a case in court. As experienced trial lawyers, we know what it takes to prove difficult contract cases, and we take pride in our ability to protect our clients’ businesses and rights.

Business Contracts That Work

Yes, a successful contract needs to be well-written from a legal standpoint. However, that is not the only quality necessary for a contract to be successful. For a contract to work, it must balance the needs of all parties involved. This is true regardless of the complexity of the contract. Every party must feel satisfied with the agreement. This may seem like common sense, but it is not. Understanding the needs of all parties requires both legal and business experience. We have that experience.

Talk To A Knowledgeable, Effective Contract Attorney

Call us at 303-872-4719 in the Greater Denver area or toll free across Colorado at 303-872-4719 for an initial consultation at reduced Rates. You can also contact us online.