Don’t Sign That Contract! At least not until you’ve had a lawyer look it over. The vast majority
of people and companies sign contracts presented to them without fully
understanding what’s inside, or write up contracts in a hurry without
ensuring all their bases are covered.
Whether you’re an individual or a business, the right contract can keep you out of legal trouble, or even give you an upper hand, saving you money and avoiding unnecessary conflict.
Let Napolitano Law Office Review Your Contract for a Flat Fee of $379*
Careful Review of Your Contract by an Experienced Attorney
Good for Contracts up to 20 Pages
30 Minute Call with Anthony Napolitano to Discuss Legal Analysis and Recommended Changes
You are bound by any contract your sign, whether you understand it or even read it! Don’t get caught unaware of your rights or responsibilities. Poor drafting can cause you trouble that can easily be avoided. A contract is your opportunity to set out clear terms and be sure that your goals are protected, so take advantage of the opportunity and be sure the language is right!
We can review employment contracts, commercial leases, residential leases, sales contracts, service agreements, contractor agreements, business and equity contracts, nondisclosure agreements, loans and promissory notes, and much more.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Be sure you know what is in your documents and protect yourself before trouble arises.
* $379 payment includes the items listed above and limited email communication with regard to a single contract. Follow-up discussions or review of additional drafts or documents will require an additional fee. Representation does not commence until Napolitano Law Office has receive your signed and completed Engagement Agreement, and the scope, nature, and terms of representation are governed by the Engagement Agreement. If Napolitano Law Office deems that a purchaser’s project is outside the scope of this package, purchaser will be notified in writing of the reasons for that determination and will be given the option to either expand the representation accordingly or to receive a refund of any unearned portion of the payment.