Negotiation, Drafting And Collection By An Experienced Business Lawyer
The days of the old IOU handwritten across the back of a napkin are gone. Today, lending money to an individual or corporate entity requires a legally drafted promissory note, with clear language about the money loaned and provisions for repayment.
If you reside or do business in southeast North Carolina and need assistance with a promissory note to ensure repayment of a loan, turn to Britton Law, in Fayetteville for help. Attorney John Britton has more than 20 years of experience drafting legal contracts and financial documents for clients who need to protect their financial interests through the courts of law.
Terms and language of a promissory note must be clear, concise and spell out the exact expectations of the lender and debtor. The courts will uphold the note as a legal contract, but only if there is no question about the provisions for repayment.
Your Financial And Legal Documentation Lawyers
Call us to discuss your legal needs in all areas of contracts and documents, including:
- Collections, including judgment collection strategies and collections actions necessary to seek repayment
- Business transactions and business litigation, including shareholder agreements, noncompete agreements, contracts and legal documents necessary to protect your financial interests
- Residential and commercial real estate, including real property title claims, mergers and acquisitions of business property holdings, and homeowners association (HOA) representation
Call us to discuss your need for a promissory note that will stand up in court. Call us at 910-401-3356 or send an email to our offices in Fayetteville to arrange an initial consultation with attorney John Britton.