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Chelle Law 5425 E. Bell Rd, Ste 107
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
5425 E. Bell Rd, Ste 107, Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Our employment contract attorneys can review your contract, identifying the areas that could be improved and an attorney will assist you in negotiating the best contract possible. An employment contract should be taken apart and understood fully. Signing contracts before fully understanding each clause and implication could be disastrous. Each professional that requests assistance from a contract attorney receives:
Have an attorney personally dedicate time to make sure that you don’t sign a non compete that could negatively affect your professional career for years. Other Non Compete Clause topics include:
Contracts are a pervasive and obligatory part of nearly all business and legal transactions.
Well-drafted contracts help to enumerate the responsibilities of the involved parties, divide liabilities, protect legal rights, and insure future relationship statuses.
These touchstones are even more crucial when applying their roles to the case of a health care provider employed by a hospital, medical group, or other health care provider. While contract drafting and negotiation can be a long and arduous process, legal representation is a must in order to ensure that your rights are being protected.
There is simply too much at risk for a professional to take contract matters into their own hands. In addition to the specific professional implications, contract terms can significantly impact a professional’s family, lifestyle, and future. There are many important contract terms and clauses which can present complex and diverse issues for any professional, including:
It is imperative that any professional have an employment agreement reviewed before it is executed.
Often times the most influential terms and clauses in any employment contract are the ones that are not present.
By employing an experienced attorney for your representation, you can insure that you will be able to fully understand the extensive and complex wording included in your contract.
By having a full and complete understanding of the contract, you will be in a better position to make your own decision on whether or not you want to enter into the agreement which will affect your career life for years to come.
Coming into a new organization with a favorable contract can put the professional in a positive financial situation for years to come. Before you sign the most important contract of your life, turn to Chelle Law for assistance.
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