Protect Your Interests As You Create Or Enter Into A Contractual Relationship
Drafting, negotiating and preparing a contract and agreeing to its terms is not as straightforward as it may seem. Private individuals and business owners wisely understand the risks involved in entering into a contract involving large amounts of money, property or personal services. Our attorneys can provide the counsel and guidance needed to create or sign a contract with confidence.
Bradley Devitt Haas & Watkins, P.C., in Golden is a valuable resource for parties to contracts. Our clients include businesses contracting to purchase wholesale products, businesses preparing to lease commercial property, new franchisees preparing to start their business, and many other businesses and individuals. We draft new contracts, review contracts our clients are preparing to sign, and provide legal representation to plaintiffs and defendants in breach of contract matters and other contract disputes.
Ready To Advise You On Any Type Of Business Or Commercial Contract
Our lawyers have the experience and knowledge to provide targeted advice and guidance on nearly any type of contract at issue, including:
- Breaches of contract
- Business contracts
- Employment-related contracts
- Construction contracts
- Commercial leases and lease-purchase agreements
We can explain to you, in plain English, the contract terms as well as your rights and responsibilities under the agreement. If needed, we can negotiate changes on your behalf or seek to clarify provisions before you sign.
Contracts Involving Financial Institutions
Our attorneys have extensive experience in advising banking and financial institutions. We represent financial institutions in many contractual areas, including leases, all types of loans and secured transactions.
Contact Our Golden-Based Business Law Attorneys
Bradley Devitt Haas & Watkins, P.C., can advise and assist with any aspect of contract drafting, negotiating, review or dispute resolution in Jefferson County and surrounding areas of Colorado. Call 303-552-2615 or send an email inquiry through this website. Ask to speak with a lawyer about your contract-related legal concerns.