Your Contract Lawyer – San Diego, California

At Your Contract Lawyer, our practice focuses only on drafting and reviewing legal documents, including both business contracts and personal agreements, for clients situated throughout California. From our home office located in Los Angeles, we routinely serve clients in San Diego and the surrounding areas, often providing legal advice from a transaction’s start to finish. As part of reviewing or revising an existing legal contract or creating a newly drafted agreement, Your Contract Lawyer provides legal advice specific to the complexities of your legal situation and goals. In addition to the above services, if you are ready to form a new business in California, Your Contract Lawyer can incorporate your business for you and assist you in deciding which type of legal entity, a corporation or an LLC, would be optimal for the goals and nature of your business via one of our flat-fee formation packages, each of which affords our clients particular advantages not offered by template-based, online services.

In any legal situation involving your business or personal or family life, it is of absolute importance to have any legal documents reviewed or drafted by an experienced contract attorney. Contact our office today at 310.955.5830 for a confidential consultation that will address your specific legal needs.

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.



We provide customized legal solutions, including contract drafting and review, to help you start, grow, or maintain your business. 

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