Legal Correspondence

Of all the types of letters there are relating to business management and operations, those that smack of legal subjects are the ones that owners and managers tend to shy away from. When questioned about this distaste for correspondence relating laws, regulations, injunctions, and other matters of jurisprudence, people who run businesses often excuse themselves on the basis of being unfamiliar with “legalese”. Hence, they tend to delegate the wiring of all letters dealing with legal subjects to outside law firms or individual attorneys. As a result, they not only rack up unnecessary bills, but they sometimes lose excellent opportunities to establish worthwhile communication with individuals and groups who could be beneficial in one way or another to their organizations

  1. Incorporation and tax documents
  2. Testimony
  3. Real estate transaction
  4. Legal action
  5. Contracts
  6. Drivers’ Licenses
  7. Miscellaneous Legal Documents
  8. Inventory
  9. Acknowledging contract and commitments
  10. Acknowledging verbal agreement
  11. Requesting termination of agreement to reflect change in situation
  12. Terminating contract for cause
  13. Explaining contract terms


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