Drafting contracts is an everyday part of my business life. I draft contracts all the time. But, I am sure you do too. Nowadays, everyone deals with contracts everyday. If you are running a business, you probably write a few yourself. In your everyday life, you work with independent contractors; you work with vendors; you “agree to the terms of service”; you sign a contract with your cell phone provider to get a cheaper phone. It is constant. Contracts are everywhere.
As much as you deal with contracts, do you stop to think about what is in the contracts or what it all means? If you find the opportunity to draft a contract, how much research do you put into drafting a contract? Chances are, you research a specific type of contract and take the one that looks the best.
This week on the blog, I have put together some tips on how to draft contracts, or how to better understand the contracts you see on a regular basis. The focus has been on the often overlooked parts of contracts. If you are interested, take a look:
If you have any questions on putting together contracts, or why things are included in contracts, let me know! I would love to answer your contract questions.
I will talk to you next week, unless you talk to me first 😉