A contract is an enforceable document that is between two or more parties, and most contracts hold legal weight only when they are made in writing; though there are exceptions to every rule. A contract only holds legal weight, no matter its form, if both parties enter into it without being under duress (meaning voluntarily entering into a contract).
Carpenter & Lewis PLLC is aware that you may not know a lot about contracts, and we’re here to help. As contract lawyers in Knoxville, TN, we understand that contracts can seem daunting. Forms that you have to sign, forms that you need to create, it can all be very scary to try and ensure you fit everything you need into one contract. And that’s where we come in.
A contract lawyer can work with a variety of businesses, even individuals. A contract lawyer has an understanding of legal phrasing, what’s allowed to be in a contract, how to spot and destroy loopholes that may be problematic in contracts, and how to best execute a contract without impeding on someone else’s rights.
Contract lawyers may come from a variety of backgrounds, such as lawyers trained in transition, tenured lawyers who want more work, lawyers that have flexibility in their schedules, lawyers that run their own practice or want to supplement workflow, and lawyers who have just relocated to a new area.
You may hear contract lawyers called by these names as well:
A contract lawyer’s main duties are to draw up and revise legal documents, but they have other things they do as well. Lawyers in this role may assist in the discovery stages of a legal case for a client, they may help prepare case strategies for a client, they’ll ensure regulatory and compliance requirements are met, may have a hand in real estate transactions, reviewing and modifying employee manuals, ensuring labor and employment issues are dealt with legally, and more. What a contract lawyer also does in addition to contracts often depends on their background, so if you want a lawyer for a specific background, it is important to talk about that.
The perfect contract lawyer in Knoxville, TN is out there, you just need to know where to find them.
When deciding whether you need a contract lawyer, you should take into account that legal documents and agreements must follow a specific format and have specific wording to be binding, and that’s a lot of legalese for someone who didn’t go to law school to learn. So let Carpenter & Lewis PLLC help you with your contract wording and ensure that it’s up to par with the standards of the law so that you, nor your signees have trouble with contract signing.
Call Carpenter & Lewis PLLC today to speak with a business contract lawyer in Knoxville, TN.
For a consultation with one of the probate attorneys at Carpenter & Lewis, please call (865) 690-4997 or you may prefer to send an e-mail to: co[email protected]. Consultations are by appointment only.
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