Hello SK, I was wondering why it is important to have a contract or not? Is a verbal agreement okay? I was unable to get the money my wife paid for services. We believed we are entitled to get our money back. Unfortunately, she did not have a copy of the contract. If we were sued is a verbal agreement good enough. Thank you for your help. Your #QOTW are so awesome and wish you do them more often LOL. You’re just a wonderful advocate and the info and how you explain it make more since to me then the court websites. I was referred to you and was checking out your #SKQOTW and thought I would ask beforehand. Thanks SK you’re the best!
Hi Bobby, It’s important anytime to always have a written contract then a verbal. A written contact always holds up in court over a verbal contract.
Making a contract that is a written agreement vs. a verbal agreement is a huge difference and if it comes times to having to go to #SmallClaimsCourt it about what is in writing sometimes because it’s your word over someone else’s and you never know what the judge is thinking so get it in writing always. Contracts are important anytime to always read what you sign too. Anytime you are going too pay for a service or product, Always get a copy of any contract you sign. ALWAYS read the contract before you sign it!
If you are unsure ask what you are signing and have them explain it to you where you understand what your signing no questions is too stupid to ask. Without reading what you’re signing or getting a copy you fail to protect your financial interest, making life more difficult and expensive.
If you can afford to have one done by someone do your best on it. It doesn’t matter whether the contract is a formal one written in legal terms, handwritten on a piece of paper, or made verbally, in which case the oral contract should always be put into writing to protect everyone involved. If you sign it read it if you make a verbal agreement with someone or a business in which you pay money, and in return, the other person or business performs a service or gives you product, make sure you get a copy of the contract and any warranty plan to protect yourself create a folder and save it. If you need help writing a contract you can call my office and we can always help you.
I hope I answer your question for the week and if you need assistance please call my office at (909) 986-0883
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