To fully understand the various contracts that could be essential to your business and its future success, we suggest contacting a business contract attorney for a consultation. An experienced business attorney will know what contracts are needed, and how to properly prepare them for you with a high degree of quality and timeliness. With a high level of service and at affordable prices, we can provide you with the right contracts for your business.

Business and Real Estate Contracts

Common Business Contracts

  • Employment Agreement
  • Independent Contractor Agreement
  • Operating Agreement
  • Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)
  • Agreement to Sell Business
  • Secured Promissory Note
  • Unsecured Promissory Note
  • Client Engagement Contract
  • Property or Equipment Lease
  • Settlement Agreement

Business & Employment Services

Business Contracts
We create business contracts, such as purchase agreements, partnership agreements, operating agreements, and a wide variety of business contracts. Call one of our attorneys with questions.

Employment Contracts
We create employment contracts, such as employment agreements, employee handbooks, independent contractor agreements, client engagement contracts, and more.

Real Estate Documents
We review and advise on, as well as draft, residential and commercial leases, landlord tenant related documents, real estate purchase agreements, secured loan notes, and more.

Any successful foundation of a business starts with clear and binding contracts, both with employees as well as the property itself. While there are elements that are common between most contracts, there are some contracts addressing different business and property scenarios that you might use more than others. For example, a small business might deal with employment contracts, purchase orders, and non-compete disclosures on a more frequent basis than other contracts. Similarly, there are different contracts and disclosures you might need when writing up real estate contracts and dealing with deeds. These contracts can fall under a lease, a purchase, or rental of a commercial or residential property, all of which have their own nuances and requirements.