Orange County Employee Contract Attorney
Does your contract say what you think it says? If an employment contract is imprecise or ambiguous in any way, it’s a land-mine waiting to explode. You could be sued for breach of contract; even if you prevail, a lawsuit can cost you dearly in time and money. How can you be certain that an employee contract is unequivocal, that it says precisely what you need it to say, without debate? What appears simple at first can end up being costly beyond your worst nightmares.
One of the most requested services we provide to those companies is drafting and maintaining their contracts, including employee and independent contractor contracts. Do not attempt to write a contract by yourself. Sure, America is built on the do-it-yourself attitude; that’s the reason so many Americans start businesses. There’s one area, however, where a small business owner should never do-it-yourself, and that area is contracts.
Orange County Employee Contract Attorneys With an Eye For Detail
For the most part, of course, contracts are routine. We learn in school that a “contract” is an agreement that is legally enforceable. But that’s where the simplicity ends. There are no “simple” contracts, and if you own or operate a business, you should never enter into a contract without the advice of an experienced Orange County employee contract attorney.
Pre-printed contracts, for example, are written in very general terms, but your business should only be signing onto contracts designed to cover your business and your needs. Your contracts should be custom-designed by a good Orange County employee contract attorney. The Orange County employee contract attorneys at Coast Employment Law go through every word and line of every contract you sign (or use on a regular basis). This will protect you from any misunderstanding and from anyone who dishonestly signs a contract with you. Even if someone insists there was a misunderstanding, a properly written contract will usually keep you out of the courts, assuming you have met your obligations under the contract.
Orange County Employee Contract Attorneys You Can Trust
Businesses across southern California trust Coast Employment Law with their employment contracts and with their other legal needs. If you or anyone you know in Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Los Angeles, and San Diego counties, or anywhere in the state, needs the help of skilled, experienced employment attorneys, contact Coast Employment Law at (714) 551-9930, or fill out the contact form on this website to schedule a free legal consultation.