DuPage County Attorneys for Business Contract Drafting
Skilled Contract Drafting and Review Lawyers Serving Glen Ellyn, Elmhurst, and Throughout Illinois
Businesses encounter written agreements during every phase of operation. These agreements involve issues such as determining the role of owners, members, directors, employees and independent contractors, terms of service and payment with outside vendors, and clearly outlining the expectations and obligations of the business and the customer. Many written agreements are complex and can be difficult to understand. To ensure each contract you execute fully protects your interests and mitigates risks of liability and non-performance, it is important to work with experienced contract drafting and review attorneys.
At Tiesenga & DeBoer LLP, we have over a century of combined experience working with organizations across a wide range of industries. Our lawyers have in-depth knowledge of matters related to corporate and small business law; these include business formation, sale and dissolution, contract drafting and review, commercial real estate, commercial litigation, and succession planning for business owners. We work closely with our clients, putting our extensive experience to work to understand their needs and goals thoroughly to ensure that each agreement is comprehensive and effectively anticipates risks and costs associated with the contract.
We help clients with all types of contracts and agreements, including but not limited to:
- Partnership and Shareholder Agreements
- Employment and Independent Contractor Agreements
- Non-Compete Agreements
- Confidentiality/Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs)
- Vendor and Distributor Agreements
- Customer and Sales Contracts
- Franchising and Licensing Agreements
- Financing and Lending Agreements
- Commercial Leases
- Purchase and Sale of Commercial Property
Clear and Enforceable Contract Drafting
There are two primary elements of a well-drafted business contract:
- The contract must be worded so the obligations of all parties are clearly spelled out.
- The contract should comply with governing laws and regulations so as to remain enforceable.
We regularly practice in Illinois courts, and we have extensive knowledge of how these agreements are practically applied in the commercial litigation context. Knowing how an agreement will be viewed at the enforcement stage allows us to foresee problems and recommend language to ensure that the parties' contractual rights and obligations are clearly spelled out, so as to lessen the risk of needing to litigate such matters after the fact. Our attorneys’ knowledge also gives our clients peace of mind knowing that their documents are likely to hold up in court should the need arise.
If you need experienced guidance with business contract drafting and review, contact our office today at 630-645-1403 for a consultation. Tiesenga & DeBoer LLP provides skilled counsel, advice and legal representation for clients from our central location in Oak Brook, Illinois.