Contract Drafting, Review, and Negotiation

When you own a business, your main goal at the end of the day is profit. That is to say, one brings in revenue to support workers, create business growth, and enhance your way of life. One of the easiest ways to protect your business and your future is to put all agreements and contracts into legally binding documents. To do this, you need a business contract lawyer.

Bolinger Law Firm in St. Louis specializes in business law and contract drafting, review, and negotiations. They ensure everything you’ve worked hard for stays protected.

Business Contract Lawyer

Business contract language is very detailed, lengthy, and can even seem contrary to what you’re trying to accomplish. At Bolinger Law Firm, your business contract lawyer will help you draft your legal documents. And, we will help you to have a complete understanding of each written document. So, you can move forward knowing you and your business are protected the way you want to be protected.

Why Do I Need A Contract Lawyer?

Contracts are too important to let just anybody type up an agreement from an online template. Also, we don't recommend trying to do it yourself. Legally binding contracts and agreements set expectations for business operations and relations. They leave nothing to chance or interpretation. And, they provide guidance if an issue arises and specify each party’s rights and duties under each agreement. Without the legality of these contracts and agreements, your business is vulnerable.

Our Approach to Contracts & Agreements

At Bolinger Law Firm, we draft, negotiate, and review contracts for you. So, you are empowered to enter into agreements with complete understanding. You will grasp the terms, conditions, and obligations arising from the contract.

Our approach to assessing and implementing contracts involves gaining a better understanding of your business and your goals. So, we can add provisions limiting the various risks and potential liabilities that may specifically affect your business.

Additionally, we will negotiate contracts on your behalf. That way, all contingencies are accounted for and your best interests are accommodated. It's our purpose to enable your business’s success.  We are passionate about taking the time needed to completely understand your business and concerns. Full understanding is necessary in order to expressly limit potential areas of liability.

Types of Business Contracts

We can service you regardless of the size of your business. Maybe you are starting a new company. Or, perhaps you are buying an existing business. Maybe, you have many successful years behind you. In any event, we are here to support your business goals. We will help you protect your future, and eliminate the confusion and time-consuming nature of contracts. Note that we are fully capable of handling other types of agreements, and legal matters, as well. So, you can focus on your business and leave the legalities to us.

The following are types of business contracts and agreements that we specialize in drafting, reviewing, and negotiating.

  • Partnerships
  • Buying and/or Selling a Business
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Asset Protection
  • Confidentiality Agreements
  • Non-Competes
  • Non-Solicitation
  • Employee Agreements
  • Non-disclosure Agreements
  • Trade Secret Protection
  • Lease Agreements
  • Brokerage Agreements
  • Agency Agreements
  • Independent Contractor Agreements
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Services Agreements

Free Contract & Agreement Consultation

The Bolinger Law Firm team will simplify your legal needs and help protect your long-term business success – call 636-386-8322 or contact us via email for a free business contract consultation today.