In Wyoming, parties are assumed to have read and understood the contracts they sign. Usually, the parties perform the essence of the deal without any problems. When performance issues arise, however, all that “boilerplate” language becomes an issue. Parties are typically surprised to learn that the so-called boilerplate language was all slanted in one direction or another. Don’t accept your counterparties’ forms. Retain experienced legal counsel to assist you in negotiating contracts that are fair to you.
Smith Tortorich can offer contract analysis, assistance with drafting contracts, legal counsel for breach of contract matters, and many other services relating to contracts. One of the most common mistakes people make when entering into contracts is agreeing to terms they didn’t quite understand initially. “Read what you sign” is a common mantra we are taught our entire lives; but often times you can read the terms of the contract and still have trouble understanding the meaning of the language. By enlisting the aid of our firm to assist, you are providing yourself a safety net against entering into agreements that aren’t in your best interest.
If you are facing a situation where you are about to enter into an agreement where highly valuable subject matter is about to be exchanged, feel that an aspect of a contract you have already entered into isn’t equitable to your interests, or if you feel terms of an agreement you are party to have been breached; contact us today and find out how we can help you.