At Woodard Law Group, we pride ourselves in being easily accessible to our clients facing business litigation concerns. Whether you are in the early stages of business formation, or seeking to settle a contract dispute, ask our contract law lawyers for thoughtful and insightful counsel regarding your contract law concern. We stay organized, are task-oriented, and help you to determine the best steps for moving your contract negotiation forward.
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In any business transaction, a contract will likely be drawn up. A verbal contract can be legally binding if it meets certain criteria. This means that, if you make a verbal offer to pay someone and do not do so, you may be held accountable for making an oral contract. An implied contract often applies to business transactions. For example, a purchase made at a store where the price is not negotiable. The third type of contract, a written contract, requires careful thought and planning. Though this version seems more formal and binding, the other two types of contracts are not any less so, given that they meet certain criteria.
Contract law can be complex and confusing. Our experienced business lawyers can guide you through your concerns and help you determine if you have to meet the terms of a verbal arrangement you have made or whether or not you can hold someone accountable for a promise they have made to your business. In the event that you want to draw up a contract for your own company in some capacity, we can thoughtfully help you plan a contract that is protective and legally binding as well.
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