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Any time you are buying, selling, building, or remodeling a home, an attorney should review the contract for your legal protection. We can identify unfavorable terms and bad contracts, negotiate more fair terms, ensure compliance with legal requirements, clarify the scope of work, review payment terms, assess insurance and liability provisions, provide dispute resolution provisions, establish clear rules for change orders, warranties, and guarantees, and research the contractor's reputation. Having legal representation levels the playing field and ensures that a homeowner's rights and interests are protected. Trust us - the last thing you should do is just sign a contractor's contract (especially if it is a Texas Association of Builders (TAB) contract.


This package is a two-hour review of the proposed contract and an e-mail memo identifying problematic terms and recommendations, though it does not involve redrafting the contract.


Basic Contract Review - Construction Project

  • The following are included:

    • 15-20 minute phone or Zoom conference to discuss the contract and project.
    • Review and comment on (1) proposed construction contract, including identification of problematic provisions and suggested changes.
    • Detailed e-mail report sending comments and marked-up PDF or Word version of contract.

    What is NOT included:

    • Redrafting of the contract.
    • Negotiation of any terms with the other party.
    • Preparation of a final revised contract.
    • Any work other than what is listed above.
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