Get legal advice on your contracts and other legal documents — at less than half the law firm rate.
Having a lawyer review your contracts means knowing you're protected. Future proof your business with the most affordable contract reviews in Canada.
Because your contracts matter, a lot.
Strong contracts can resolve conflicts and prevent lawsuits, but they have to be done right. Ideally, before they're signed. Contract Law is the concept of getting terms on paper, so there is no more "he said, she said".
Understand what you're signing (or signed).
A lawyer can explain your contract to you in plain english and point out areas that might leave you exposed. Get a leg-up in negotiations and ensure your interests are protected.
Avoid unnecessary risks.
The internet is full of generic contracts and templates that might not fit your business. A lawyer can determine if what you're using makes sense for you, or not.
A good lawyer will review your contract page by page and return it with comments before your call. On the call, they'll explain their findings and answer your questions.
1. Any legal document
Send your document to a lawyer who specializes in your area of need. Reviewing contracts is our bread and butter.
2. Fast and thorough
Submit your contract on Monday and have the answers you need as soon as Wednesday. Try getting a law firm to do that.
3. Receive written comments
Your lawyer will provide you with a digital copy of your contract that has their comments written right on it.
4. Discuss your file
Get a scheduled call from your lawyer to explain your legal risks and help improve your business outcomes.
Pick a lawyer to review your contract and schedule a convenient time to discuss their findings.
Send your contract and any relevant background information to your lawyer in a few clicks.
Your lawyer will call you to discuss the contract, their comments, and answer your questions.
Understand your rights and obligations for every contract you sign, without breaking the bank.
It is extremely difficult, sometimes impossible, to review part of a contract without the rest of the document for context. It is highly recommended that you send the entire contract so that your lawyer can provide advice that is accurate and useful. We cannot guarantee the quality of your Contract Review if you don’t submit the entire document.
We do not charge for title pages, signature pages, or any other non-substantial pages. Your lawyer will always double check that the number of pages is correct, either adding or removing pages from the bill as needed.
If it looks like your call is going to take more than 15 minutes, your lawyer will let you know so that you can either extend the call or wrap the conversation up. If you’re having a productive discussion and decide to continue, it’s a flat rate of $39 per additional 15 minutes.
The majority of customers get the answers they need in a Contract Review, but some situations require more than advice. If you need something bigger like revisions to your contract or a completely new agreement drafted, your lawyer will give you an upfront fixed-price quote for the work. If you decide to proceed with the work, you don’t pay until after the job’s done.
We guarantee that you will get high quality legal help. Your card is not charged until after your service is done, and if you are unsatisfied with the quality of your service or your lawyer, we will refund you up to 4 pages or $100. Simply contact us at [email protected] to initiate the refund process with our customer success team.
For most business law questions the answer is “no”. For employment and commercial tenancy related issues, it’s best to speak to a lawyer who has experience in your province. Goodlawyer has lawyers all over Canada with diverse experiences and specializations. If your lawyer doesn’t think they can answer your question due to a provincial issue, Goodlawyer will find another Good Lawyer who can help you.
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