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A solid contract can make the difference between successful business dealings and ones troubled by disagreements and misunderstandings. It is essential to have a contract free of loopholes, ambiguous language and hidden clauses. At Ascent Law, we understand the importance of contracts in all types of business ventures.
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Our law firm has more than 30 years of experience handling contract matters for banks, construction companies, real estate agencies and other businesses across Utah. We handle business-to-business contracts, employment contracts, real estate contracts and others. We regularly do the following legal work:
- Contract drafting: When drafting a contract, we will receive input from both parties and strive to write a contract that meets the needs of our client.
- Contract review: Our lawyers can review a contract for inconsistencies and unacceptable clauses before you accept it.
- Contract negotiation: We can negotiate the terms of a contract to assure your interests are protected.
- Contract litigation: In addition to negotiation, we litigate breach of contract issues and other contract dispute matters.
No matter what the reason for needing a contract, our firm has the skills to effectively serve your business needs. We take precautions to ensure our clients' rights and interests are protected.
Ascent Law offers small firm affordability with results you would expect from a large law firm. For a free consultation to discuss how we can help your business you should contact a Utah contract law attorney today.
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