Should I use a lawyer for commercial lease?
It is a very long lease and I'm not sure what it says. I also don't want to pay a fortune to have it reviewed to eat into my budget.
1 Attorney answer
Yes! Before signing any contract/agreement/lease, or anything that appears to be a binding agreement, it is worth the money to have a lawyer review it. I charge a flat fee to review any and all agreements, so my clients know up front what they are paying, and they consider it a cost of doing business. The alternative, i.e. not having a lawyer review your agreements prior to signing, can be, and usually is, exponentially more expensive should a conflict arise (and they often do).