Do I Need an Attorney for a Business or Real Estate Contract? San Diego Business Lawyer Explains
Preventive maintenance is always better than crisis management, according to our San Diego business law firm. When you are drafting a contract, you want it to be comprehensive, clear and without loopholes or vague language. If you don’t have an attorney help you draft a clear contract, you may find that the costs can be devastating to your business or real estate venture. In this video, San Diego contracts attorney Charles Purdy explains contract drafting in detail.
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