Contract Drafting and Dispute Resolution
Experienced Guidance in Contract Drafting and Dispute Resolution
If you own a small or medium-sized business, you may have already learned that handling the legal aspects of owning and running a business can be a huge challenge.
You know your business, but you don't know how to draft a contract or resolve a business dispute. At Amin Law, we help our clients manage the legal aspects of their companies. We serve as trusted counsel to help protect your livelihood—leaving you to do what you do best.
We pride ourselves on well-crafted contracts that fit the unique needs of our clients. When you choose us to help your business, you can count on the fact that you will not receive a boilerplate contract meant to be a one-size-fits-all for each client.
We know every business has different needs, and we have the experience and talent to represent and protect them.
What A Lawyer Can Do for You
Our lead business law attorney, Craig Ching, has 13 years of experience as a business law attorney. This experience is invaluable in providing short-term and long-term counsel in contract drafting and dispute resolution.
We strive to establish working relationships clients can count on for years to come. We will earn your faith in our legal skills and understanding of the law and will follow your business over time, maintaining and revising legal documents when they need attention.
Contracts are an essential part of doing business, but many business owners try to handle them on their own, which can lead to disastrous consequences down the road.
We can help you draft new contracts, revise contracts over time, enforce your contracts when necessary, navigate multi-business transactions and resolve any disputes involving them. An added benefit: If our firm drafts and maintains your contract, we are that much more prepared to defend it in the event of litigation.
Earn The Iron-Clad Contracts You Deserve
We are a firm where the client relationship matters. If you need a California attorney to help you with partnership agreements, buy and sell agreements, vendor and distributor agreements, employment contracts, business mergers and acquisition contracts, or any other facet of business contracts, contact us today.
You can fill out an intake form or call us at 415-851-4300 to speak with a qualified legal counsel.