Whether you’re entering a lease, buying a business or about to sign an important contract; finalising your legal documents can be a little bit of a daunting task.

This is why it’s important to speak with a lawyer to help you understand what you’re getting into before you sign the document.

You might even have some room to negotiate the terms before they’re finalised. In this case, a lawyer can help you prepare for negotiations.

If you need to negotiate a contract with another party, it’s crucial your best interests are reflected in the document. A good lawyer will be able to help you understand the contract, your rights, what requests are legally valid and likely to be enforceable, and any other clauses that may be unfavourable to your business in the long run.

When Should I Think About Negotiating? 

There are many types of contracts you might want to consider negotiating, and it’s smart to engage a lawyer for Negotiation Support to ensure the clauses are properly drafted to reflect your needs.

These contracts include a Supplier Agreement, a Business or Asset Sale Agreement, a Commercial Lease, a Service Agreement, a Shareholders Agreement, a Profit Share Agreement and a Non-Compete Agreement (to name a few!).

Need Help?

To help you through the negotiation process, a Sprintlaw lawyer can provide you with negotiation support in an over-the-phone consult. We also offer packages that provide you with written legal advice on your negotiation, so get in touch at hello@sprintlaw.com.au or 1800 730 617 to find out what fits your needs.

About Sprintlaw

Sprintlaw is a new type of law firm that operates completely online and on a fixed-fee basis. We’re on a mission to make quality legal services faster, simpler and more affordable for small business owners and entrepreneurs.

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