Contracts are thought of as detailed, technical, and filled with legal jargon. Even though that is true, contracts can be personal in nature. Contracts related to personal relationships and decisions are often between parties who know and trust each other. Although the purpose and nature of a contract may be personal, it is still a legal document and should be treated as such by all parties. The Massachusetts contract attorneys at Shapiro Law Group, PC, have the legal experience and the compassion needed to help guide you through the process of drafting, negotiating, and signing a personal contract.
Types of Personal Contracts
Some examples of a personal contract may include:
- Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
- Personal loan agreements
- Entrepreneurial contracts and employment contracts
- Leases or land use contracts
- Family long term care or personal care contracts
There are a wide range of agreements or life circumstances that can make a personal contract necessary. The details of a personal contract can be as unique as the situation or the parties involved.
As with any kind of contract, a personal contract needs to be clearly written. Objectives and stipulations need to be understood and defined in a manner both parties find appropriate and agreeable. Obligations of both parties for the duration of the contract should be easily understood, as should any penalties or consequences pertaining to breach of contract. Redundancy or language that is ambiguous should be avoided, as this can leave the door open to misinterpretation.
Experienced Contract Law Attorneys
Shapiro Law Group, PC, knows how important any contract is. Without legal counsel to help navigate the process, there may be misinterpretations, miscommunications, and misunderstandings. This can lead to disputes and litigation. Having us in your corner to draft, review, and negotiate a personal contract is best way to safeguard your rights and preserve the agreement. If you have any kind of personal contract issues or disputes, our contract attorneys can investigate the situation and evaluate where we think you stand. Then, we will help you get the most favorable outcome possible. Do not enter into, negotiate, or dispute a personal contract without a skilled, knowledgeable, and compassionate attorney from Shapiro Law Group, PC, by your side. We are able to respect the personal nature of the contract, while addressing the legalities of contract law in general. With us in your corner, your rights and interests will be protected.
At Shapiro Law Group, PC, are ready to help you. Contact us to set up your initial consultation. 339-200-9933.