Do I need to discuss my contract with my attorney after I sign it?

Updated March 13, 2023.

Yes. The contract should be made subject to your attorney’s approval before you sign it. It is very important for you to discuss the contract with your attorney after you have signed it. There are a number of things your attorney will need to confirm and/or discuss with you before he/she can approve it on your behalf. To have your attorney approve the contract without first discussing it with you would defeat a good portion of the purpose for requiring the approval in the first place.


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