Commercial contracts and agreements are key to business relationships. Whether you operate as a sole trader or run a multinational corporation, it is vital that your business contracts are drafted in a manner that protects your best interests. LegalVision’s commercial contract lawyers have deep-industry expertise working with businesses across Australia and abroad. We operate on a fixed-fee model to ensure you have certainty and transparency over your legal fees.

Our experienced contract solicitors have assisted over 50,000 businesses. We can assist with:

  • drafting and reviewing commercial contracts;
  • resolving disputes over contracts;
  • advising on breach of contract matters;
  • negotiating agreements; and
  • defending proceedings.

LegalVision’s commercial team can draft or review all types of commercial contracts including shareholders agreements, partnership agreements, joint venture agreements, supply and distribution agreements, franchising agreements, licensing contracts, commercial and retail leases, service contracts, loan agreements, NDAs, distribution agreements, employment contracts and online business contracts.

If you have a question about a commercial contract, get in touch with us today. Call us on 1300 544 755 or fill out the form on this page.

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  • Cost Certainty

    We offer our clients certainty and transparency by providing fixed fees.

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    We get back to you with a quote within two hours. We maximise efficiency and minimise delays by communicating with our clients on their terms and in a manner that suits them.

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    Our lawyers are all specialists in their given field and have experience working with clients across a breadth of industries and regions.

  • Full Service Commercial Law Firm

    As a full service firm, we can assist your business with any commercial legal matter.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Contract Lawyers

Here are some commonly asked questions from business owners:

A contract lawyer specialises in drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts. The cost of engaging a contract lawyer depends on the complexity of the contract, whether specialist knowledge is required (for example, an industry code or regulation) and the experience of the lawyer. Some lawyers can charge between $500 to $2000 per contract to be reviewed. In Australia, traditional law firms charge per hour, which can end up being expensive. More modern and client-centric law firms such as LegalVision charge fixed-fees, which means you know the cost upfront.

Engaging an experienced contract lawyer to draft or draw up a contract is a worthwhile investment to protect your business interests. Downloading a free template or copying another contract exposes your business to potential risk and liability. A contract lawyer who understands your business and industry will be able to draft a contract that ensures you are protected in circumstances where a business agreement or relationship breaks down.

A specialist contract lawyer can assist your business with drafting business agreements, contracts and deeds. The cost of a lawyer can vary depending on what type of contract you need drafted, as well as the complexity of the contract. Traditional law firms charge by the hour which can mean unpredictable legal bills. Modern law firms such as LegalVision charge fixed-fees, providing you with price certainty and transparency. The cost of engaging a lawyer can vary from $250 to $3000 depending on the type of contract.

An online search is a good starting point to find out whether a contract lawyer is located near you. Some law firms require you to visit them in-person, which can be limiting depending on where you are located. Law firms such as LegalVision operate online, which means you can engage our lawyers through the website or on the phone.

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