Benefits to you
What does legal assistance consist of when creating documents?
As part of our legal services for businesses, we take part in negotiations with contractors, create legal opinions, and provide advice and consultation. We also deal with the creation of internal documents for the client, which are an integral part of doing business. As part of legal assistance, we can prepare for your company, among other things:
● statutory and internal acts;
● drafting pre-litigation letters and those requiring legal argumentation;
● labor law, commercial law, civil law contracts
● support for ongoing business activities
● support in negotiations with trade partners;
● providing legal opinions - verbal or in writing as requested by the client on current company matters.
Writing a pleading or contract by a lawyer gives you a guarantee that all the provisions in the document comply with the law. Consulting in this area allows you to prepare commercial contracts so that they provide security for you and your company.
What does it give to have a contract written by a lawyer?
A well-written contract should legally safeguard your interests. It must also be drafted using a clear and understandable vocabulary. It is a very important document that forms the basis for asserting your rights in court in case of any complications. Creating such a letter requires experience, as well as extensive knowledge of the law.
The contract is evidence of an obligation between two or more parties. When marking them, accurate information should be provided to uniquely identify the data. For individuals, this should be name, surname, identification number and address. For an entrepreneur, you also need to provide the tax identification number and company name. Of greatest importance, however, is the content of the contract, specifying the rights of the parties and their obligations.
Writing a contract by a professional is a way to correctly include all your demands by properly safeguarding the interests of your company.
Writing a pleading by a professional avoids mistakes that could result in negative legal or financial consequences.