Here at Norling Law we see a common situation occurring where people have great robust contracts that they have probably spent a bunch of money on to create but those contracts are not enforceable. They can’t be relied upon. Here I address why this happens and what you can do to ensure your contract is enforceable (and costs NOTHING!).

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