“The Conservative Party is not honouring the commitment to Lords reform and, as a result, part of our contract has now been broken. Clearly I cannot permit a situation where Conservative rebels can pick and choose the parts of the contract they like, while Liberal Democrat MPs are bound to the entire agreement”. Nick Clegg
Your business may be an online trader, builder or software developer but if you are serious about your business, its future and reputation then document your terms of understanding.
Why you need an agreement in writing?
It is true that a contract between two individuals, group of people or entities does need to be in writing to bind them legally but, is it easy to resolve a dispute in the absence of properly drafted written agreement? The answer is too obvious to state.
Have you ever heard that the parties to a contract of marriage telling anyone on the day of their wedding ceremony that they wanted to divorce on or after a particular date? No, not really. Most of the relationships have been made or created when you are happy so you do not think about ‘what if’. Nevertheless parties engage in bitter fight later when the relationship turns sour-these relationships may be of business or others in nature. Therefore if you want to end the legal relationship when you require, with no or minimal financial and other consequences, then consider putting your terms of the deal in a properly drafted agreement.
Solicitors at our Practice have been instructed by businesses to draw up agreements and contracts in Employment, Business, Company and Property related matters. No work is too small or too big. We can draft all your business documents such as documents related to your estate agency business; software development; online sale agreements; building contractor agreements; co-habitation agreement or employee handbook.
Our Service standards
We aim to provide you with high standards of service at all times. We will:
- keep you regularly informed in writing of the progress with your matter;
- communicate with you in plain language that you can understand;
- provide written updates clearly explaining the legal work required as your matter progresses;
- keep you informed of the cost of your matter every month;
- Advise you on the likely time it will take to resolve your issue and keep you updated as to the likely timescale at each stage of your matter informing you of any material changes in those estimates.
To achieve the best possible outcome in your case, we need to work together with you. We will:
- review your matter regularly;
- advise you on the law;
- follow your instructions;
- update you on whether the likely outcomes still justify the likely costs and risks associated with your matter whenever there is a material change in circumstances.
You need to:
- provide us with clear and timely instructions;
- Promptly provide us with the information and documents required to complete the transaction.
If you wish to consult with us in relation to your Legal Drafting matter please call us and speak to one of our Drafting Solicitors who will be more than happy to provide you with 10 minutes of free advice.