From simple credit card receipts to contracts for the lease or sale of a home, individuals are frequently tasked with “signing on the dotted line”. Unfortunately, on many occasions, these contracts contain large amounts of fine print and boilerplate legal language that can substantially affect your rights and obligations under the contract.
If you are considering signing a new contract, or believe you have entered into a contract with terms you do not fully understand, should consider having that agreement reviewed and explained by a licensed attorney.
All leases and contracts reviewed. Frequent examples include:
- Contracts for the sale of goods
- Contracts for the provision of services
- Residential and Commercial Lease Agreements
- Employment Contracts
- Credit Card and Mortgage Agreements
- Contracts assigning rights to patents and copyrights
- Contractor-Subcontractor Agreements
- Non-Compete Agreements
Call 518.477.5408 today to set up a consultation.
The Law Office of Eric K. Schillinger
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