Drafting a contract is an extremely detail-oriented process. Since the four corners of the contract will be the ultimate arbiter of any dispute, it is vitally important that a contract be free of ambiguities or other issues that could result in costly litigation. An experienced Tennessee Contracts & Transactions Attorney can help prevent these issues with a clear contract free of ambiguities.
Similarly, transactions can be extremely complicated for business owners. Whether it is merger and acquisition, a supplier-vender agreement, an international transaction, or more, there are unique aspects to each that need to ironed out before a transaction is agreed upon by two parties. A Tennessee Contracts & Transactions Attorney can review documents related to any transaction to make sure there aren’t hidden pitfalls or unintended consequences that can derail a business.
These seem like routine parts of any business, but if problems arise it becomes clear just how important contracts and transaction documents are. Disputes or problems often result in expensive, time-consuming litigation — the best way to win this type of lawsuit is to avoid it altogether. By working with an experienced lawyer, you can give your business the best chance possible at avoiding disputes and litigation when it comes to contracts and transactions.
Attorney Ted “Tab” Burkhalter is also a Tennessee licensed CPA with an MBA in business management. Coupled with his real-world experience as CFO and controller of his own manufacturing and consulting businesses and other public and privately held Tennessee corporations, his background translates to insightful and sound advice on taxation, business and personal financial matters.
Our clients are business owners, professionals and individuals in Blount County, Knox County and throughout eastern Tennessee. Mr. Burkhalter also advises clients nationwide on tax law matters. We value a long-term, ongoing relationship with our clients, helping them meet new challenges as their businesses grow and personal circumstances change.