When drafting a business contract, it is vital that everything pertaining to the transaction is put in writing. A contract will outline the obligations expected for both parties and their rights in regard to those obligations. When dealing with such complex matters, it’s better to not leave any open issues or overlook details that could lead to misunderstandings later. A carefully crafted contract will protect both parties and provide an outline for the work to be done or terms for transactions. Business contract drafting can be complicated and difficult, and a business attorney can assist you with negotiating terms and drafting the documents, as well as explain your duties and rights under the contract.