Orange County Business Contract Attorney

At the Law Office of Drew Petersen, I draft, review, negotiate and litigate business and real estate contracts for clients in Orange County and throughout Southern California.As a contract attorney, I help clients establish all types of business to business and business to customer contracts and agreements, including:

  • Purchase and sale contracts
  • Supply contracts
  • Service agreements
  • Employment contracts

Make Contracts Work For You

I handle all aspects of the development of legal contracts. I work with clients personally to gain an understanding of their business goals so I can draft contracts that are finely honed to yield maximum results.

Catch Problems Early

Ambiguous language, unfavorable clauses and other problems make it into business contracts all too often, and can set the stage for future disputes and other liabilities. I scrutinize contracts to uncover these red flags before they end up costing my clients time and money.

I also handle contract disputes, providing strong representation in negotiating settlements or in litigation. If you are engaged in a contract dispute in California, I can protect your rights and interests.

Talk To A Contract Lawyer In Orange County

Whether you are starting a business, engaging in a significant transaction or have other contract law needs, I am here to provide you with skilled representation. Contact my law office today online or by telephone at 714-569-0043 to arrange a free initial consultation with a contract lawyer in Orange County.

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