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Contract Review

From the Construction Contract Experts

A bad subcontract can land you in a costly lawsuit, where you lose hundreds of thousands of dollars to costly legal fees! Or even worse, you can end up losing your entire business to bankruptcy from an unfair and one-sided subcontract. It may seem dramatic, but our owner and founder, Karalynn Cromeens, has seen these scenarios play out more times than we can count.

No more fee agreements, no more waiting weeks to get your contract back, no more fuss. Have your contract reviewed as soon as you submit it by a construction contract expert! Our Standard service gets your contract back to you in 5 business days, and all contract reviews come with a 15-minute virtual consultation call to go over your contract revisions.

5 days not quick enough? Don't worry, we get it. We know the industry moves quickly and that you, as a construction industry professional, need your contracts to be ready at a moment's notice. We're here to help when time is short. Select our Rush service, submit your contract, and you'll have it back in your hands in no longer than 2 business days.

*All contract reviews include a 15-minute phone or video consultation call after your contract is reviewed.
Customer can extend consultation call time for a flat fee.

Want to review your own contracts?

Our Mastering the Subcontract course includes 20 chapters breaking out everything you need to know about each section of a subcontract. For an attorney to explain this to you and provide you these resources through a typical general retainer agreement, you can expect to be charged $500 per chapter, equaling $10,000 in typical attorney hourly fees. 

Here at The Subcontractor Institute, this information is FREE. Take the next step in protecting your business and sign up for our Mastering the Subcontract Course today!