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Unfortunately, the days of doing business on a handshake are long gone. Prudent business people document their agreements and understandings to make sure everyone is on the same page. From a simple purchase agreement to complex multi-party transactions, The Small Business Law Center® can help you protect your legal rights by embodying your business deal in a plain English document understandable to non-lawyers. Most often we can quote you a flat fee for the work, so you know exactly what the cost will be. So whether you want to set out the terms of employment for your new salesperson, loan money to a friend, or purchase assets or an entire business, call The Small Business Law Center® to put your agreement in writing and help you avoid unpleasant surprises.
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