Does that form contract protect your interests? Do you know what all that small print means? Be sure you protect yourself and understand the contracts you are signing. Whenever possible, have your own attorney draft the contract. There are small details that can be inserted into contracts to give you an advantage if a dispute arises later. The right for the prevailing party to recover attorneys' fees in a dispute, the choice of where a dispute will be litigated, and provisions requiring arbitration, are usually not contested in the negotiation of a contract. However, each of these issues can have a significant impact. With your attorney drafting the document, many of these seemingly small issues will be set in accordance with your interests.
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