No, you can draft your own contracts, but there’s a reason you may need an expert in legalese. Lawyers can ensure your contracts are enforceable and avoid loose-ends, as well as tailor the document to suit the specific needs of you and the other party. Moreover, having an attorney either draft or at least review your contract can also protect you from potential liabilities. At the very least, it’s wise to consult your business lawyer to verify you’re on the right track!
Does a lawyer need to write my contracts?
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