If you are a builder, you may have various responsibilities that not only take up time but generate stress as well. On top of the daily job-related hurdles that arise, you might have uncertainty and anxiety about drafting a contract or going over a construction contract. When it comes to construction contracts, it is vital to protect your interests by drafting an effective contract. At Pentiuk, Couvreur & Kobiljak, P.C., we are well aware of the stressors that builders often face and know how damaging a poorly-drafted contract can be.

There are a number of pointers you should keep in mind with regard to the drafting of a contract. First of all, you should make sure that you understand and take a careful look at the details of the contract before you sign your name. Your contract should be written properly and you should be confident that the agreement will be valid in the courtroom in the event that legal action arises down the road.

Unfortunately, some people may look over seemingly minor details when creating or reviewing a contract. Sometimes, these overlooked aspects of the agreement can result in significant problems later on. As a result, you should thoroughly go over all relevant details when you are putting together a contract and make sure that any potential problem areas are addressed correctly.

Over on the section of our website which is centered on contracts, you can read additional information related to drafting a construction contract and working through other contract-related matters.