Fort Worth Business Contracts Attorney

Forest Hill contract attorney for vendor contracts, employment contracts, and commercial leases

Tarrant County Business Lawyer for Drafting and Negotiation of Contracts

Owning and operating a business will require a person to consider many different issues, including profits and losses, strategies for growth and development, taxes, and relationships with other people and companies. Fortunately, business owners and partners can protect themselves by creating contracts that fully detail their rights and obligations in the agreements they make. When entering into these agreements, a person will need to make sure they fully understand how the terms of a contract will affect them, including the steps that may be taken if a breach of contract occurs. They can do so by consulting with an attorney who can advise them of their rights, help them identify any concerns, negotiate favorable terms, and make sure a contract is executed correctly.

At Gonzalez Law, PLLC, we work with business owners to address multiple issues related to contracts. Whether you are creating contracts as part of the business formation process, need to review contracts that are currently in place at an existing company, are planning to enter into new contractual agreements, or believe that it is time to update your contracts based on changes your company has experienced, we can provide the legal help you need. Our lawyers have over 30 years of combined legal experience, and our founder, Attorney Joe Gonzalez, utilizes his training as a certified public accountant to help clients identify and resolve the legal and financial issues that may affect businesses.

Legal Help With Multiple Types of Business Contracts

Our team can provide you with legal guidance as you draft, negotiate, review, or update contractual agreements such as:

  • Owner/partnership agreements - Startup companies will need to make sure they have the proper contracts in place that detail the rights and obligations of partners or investors. Partnership agreements can also protect the rights and interests of all parties involved when new partners will be joining a company.
  • Contracts with vendors, suppliers, or other companies - A business may establish relationships with multiple other types of companies, and in these cases, it is important to ensure that contracts fully detail the obligations that will apply to both parties. Purchase contracts for equipment, materials, or supplies will need to state what is being purchased, the amounts and methods of payment, and the expected delivery date. Service contracts will need to fully detail the scope of services being provided and any restrictions that apply to either party. These contracts may also describe the procedures that will be followed if either party fails to fully meet their contractual obligations.
  • Employment contracts - Employers can protect themselves by creating contracts with employees that detail the terms of employment and the wages and benefits that employees will receive. These contracts may also include clauses that restrict employees from taking certain actions, such as non-disclosure clauses or non-compete clauses. Employers may also use severance agreements to protect themselves from unfair competition when an employee leaves the company.
  • Commercial real estate leases - Businesses that will be leasing space where they conduct their operations will need to understand the terms of agreements with landlords. These agreements may address issues such as allowed uses of a property, whether space can be subleased to other tenants, whether improvements can be made, who is responsible for paying certain expenses, and when a lease may be renewed or terminated.

Contact Our Richland Hills Business Contract Lawyers

If you need to create new contractual agreements or believe that you may need to review and renegotiate current contracts that apply to your business, our attorneys can advise you of your rights, help you identify issues that may affect you, and provide you with legal representation during negotiations. To set up a complimentary consultation and learn more about our business law services, contact us at 817-349-7330. We work with business owners and partners to address contractual issues in Tarrant County, Arlington, Richland Hills, Haltom City, Forest Hill, White Settlement, Dallas, Fort Worth, Plano, and Saginaw.



1227 W. Magnolia Avenue, Suite 520
Fort Worth, TX 76104

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