Your Contract Lawyer – Sacramento, California

Your Contract Lawyer’s sole focus is reviewing and revising existing legal agreements, drafting new contracts, and advising our clients throughout contract negotiations or in the formation, transfer, or dissolution of their business. Whether you are in need of a business contract, such as a shareholder agreement, client services contract, or confidentiality agreement, or a personal contract, Your Contract Lawyer has the experience and expertise to guide you step-by-step through the most important considerations applicable to your circumstances and help you determine what kind of contract would best protect your or your business’s interests in both the immediate future and the long term. In particular, Your Contract Lawyer routinely works with clients in the process of forming new businesses in the state of California, including the Sacramento metro area, and offers flat-fee formation packages for both corporations and limited liability companies (LLC). /p>

If you are in the process of negotiating or finalizing any type of legal agreement in the state of California, it is imperative to have an experienced contract lawyer on your side to review all documents before you sign them. After a brief phone consultation, Your Contract Lawyer will be able to address your concerns and allow you to make certain that any agreement you sign offers the strongest protection possible of your interests, whether business or personal. Contact Your Contract Lawyer today at 310.955.5830 or through the contact form on this website for a confidential phone consultation.

Partnership Agreements

Establish your business partnership

Partnership Agreements state the legal terms under which a newly arranged business partnership will function.

Purchase and Sale Contracts

Legally transfer assets or ownership

Purchase and Sale Contracts and Transfer Agreements legally transfer the ownership of a business or some of its assets to a new owner.

Client Service Contracts

Define your client relationships

Client Service Agreements identify the obligations and rights between a service business and its customers or clients.

Operating Agreements

Structure your LLC's operations

Operating Agreements structure the internal financial and functional operations of a limited liability company (LLC).

License Agreements

Permit use of IP

License Agreements permit one party to use the intellectual property of another party, typically in exchange for a fee.

Employment Agreements

State the terms of engagement

Employment Agreements state the terms of employment for an employee of a business. Independent Contractor Agreements cover specific non-employee tasks or projects.



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