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Contract Drafting and Review

When you sign a contract, you don’t want surprises. Cool Springs Law Firm applies a plain-language approach to drafting and negotiating contracts for our clients.

We have drafted, reviewed and negotiated hundreds of agreements for individuals and businesses in Tennessee. We have experience structuring a wide spectrum of contracts, including:

  • Employment and Severance Agreements

  • Real Estate Purchase and Sale Agreements

  • Commercial and Residential Leases

  • Commercial and Residential Construction Contracts

  • Design-Build Contracts

  • Construction Management Agreements

  • Equipment Purchase and Lease Agreements

  • Operating and Maintenance (O&M) Agreements

  • Personal and Professional Service Agreements (short-term and long-term)

  • Licensing Agreements


We have also been active in helping clients prepare their own “form” agreements for their businesses, so that they have standard terms for each of their customers or projects.

We can also help you if you have been presented with a contract to sign. We regularly review proposed agreements and advise clients as to the pros and cons of the contract terms and answer any questions they have.

A properly drafted written contract can make or break a deal or even an entire business venture. And a poorly written agreement, including generic contracts that are available online, may be more harmful to you than no contract.

We can work with you to make sure that any contract you sign will meet your expectations and protect your personal or business interests. Call us at (615) 290-5355 or online and let us help.