Contracts for the basis of every successful business relationship. Before entering into a contract, it is important to understand what the document's terms mean and how they affect you and your business. If you have questions about a contract, contact our office today.
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Florida Contract Attorneys

Did you know that in Florida, contracts can be both written and verbal? This means that a contract between two parties (individuals and/or businesses) are legally enforceable even if there is no written document.

Of course, written contracts are always preferable because they clearly state the obligations of each party to the agreement and provide the basis for enforcing the agreement in court if necessary.

At Bennett Law Center, we help business owners draft, review and enforce contracts formed in the state of Florida. If you have questions about a contract, or need help writing one, contact our office today.

Florida Contract Attorneys

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At Bennett Law Center, we consider clients to be a member of our team. Our contract attorneys will sit with you to review your business goals and create a contract that helps you achieve them. Learn more about our law firm and meet the team you will be working with by clicking the link below!

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Types of Contracts

Contracts form the basis of every successful business relationship. At Bennett Law Center, our contracts attorneys assist businesses with the following:

  1. Vendor contracts
  2. License agreements
  3. Service contracts
  4. Non-compete agreements
  5. Business purchase and sale agreements
  6. Employment contracts

Contract Review

If you are entering into a contractual relationship with another person or business, it is important to understand every term of the agreement before signing. Having an experienced contract attorney review the contract can provide assurance that your business interests are protected in the event that there is a disagreement or dispute related to the agreement.

Contract Drafting

Contracts can be written or oral. In fact, some of history's most famous contracts were written on napkins, spare pieces of paper or sealed with nothing more than a handshake. However, entering into a business relationship without a contract is extremely risky. Your business should operate with professionally drafted, negotiated, and reviewed contracts.

Contract Negotiating

Not every contract you encounter will have favorable terms for your business. This does not mean, however, that you will be unable to enter into the agreement. It may just mean that you need to negotiate the terms before signing. Hiring an experienced contract attorney to negotiate the contract on your behalf can go a long way in securing a contract that helps you acheive your business goals.


Client Testimonials

The attorneys and staff at the Bennett Law Center not only work zealously for their clients, but they truly care for and about them. This firm goes above and beyond in working towards their clients' immigration goals.

George C. – Former Client

The Bennett Law is dedicated and passionate, and the attorneys put a lot of effort toward my case. This law firm is legit and they will do what it takes to help anyone achieve their legal status here in the USA.

Jose T. – Former Client

Attorney Bennett and her entire staff is very compassionate. They stays on top of everything and explains your case. Ramon is super excellent and tried everything to help you.

Terry C. – Former Client

Attorney Bennett really cares and is rooting for you the whole time. She's an awesome attorney! She and her team were able to do things other attorneys said were impossible.

Ericka L. – Former Client

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If you need help reviewing, drafting, or negotiating a contract, Bennett Law Center is here to help. Use the button below to contact our law firm and schedule and initial consultation with one of our contracts attorneys today.
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