Contract Preparation and Review

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Flagstaff office

123 N. San Francisco St. 3rd Floor
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
(800) 774-1478

Sedona office

120 Soldiers Pass Rd
Sedona, Arizona 86336
(800) 774-1478
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A poorly drafted contract may have serious present and future implications for your real estate transaction. Although the meaning of a document may be clear to you when written, it is important to ensure that your intent is clearly and directly stated so that, if a dispute arises, there is no question about how to interpret the deal the contract represents.

It is also valuable to have attorneys representing each party to help negotiate, prepare and review the contract to guarantee that everyone’s respective interests are fully represented during the drafting process and that the document is written in a way that adequately safeguards the negotiated intent. If a dispute arises, a carefully and professionally drafted document will leave no question on how to construe the terms. The attorneys at AWD LAW® have the keen eye for detail, tactical negotiation skills, and comprehensive understanding of the law to ensure that your interests are fully represented and accurately protected by any legal document.

The real estate lawyers at AWD LAW® are familiar with the market and common practices among real estate brokers, investors, and other actors throughout Flagstaff, Sedona and other cities across Northern Arizona. We have the professional perspective and training to ensure that you receive the best available advice that is possible.

We are Northern Arizona’s premier law firm. If you need to speak with a Northern Arizona Lawyer for any reason, contact us today at (928) 774-1478!

We can help you evaluate the circumstances you are dealing with and determine your best options for the most successful outcome possible.

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