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The Cromeens Law Firm, PLLC, has helped thousands of subcontractors understand subcontracts and strengthen their business as a whole. Knowing what you should do to protect yourself starts first with understanding each part of the subcontract. This blog covers three critical topics every subcontractor needs to understand before signing the next subcontract: subcontract documents, personal guarantees, and retainage.

Subcontract Documents

Remember: Whatever you sign in a subcontract will be used against you. Unfortunately, there are no set of laws or rules in place to protect you and guarantee that the subcontract is fair. In fact, most of the subcontracts are not fair; they are one-sided and do not favor the subcontractor.

The Plans and Specifications

The plans and specifications are generally included in the contract documents. Before you sign, review them to make sure the most current plans and specifications accurately reflect the work you agreed to perform.

Here to Protect

The Cromeens Law Firm is here to protect you and your business.
Our hope is that you never sign a subcontract that puts you out of business. Work with us to equip yourself with the ability to properly evaluate your risks and negotiate your next subcontract with greater confidence and ease.

The Cromeens Law Firm is here to protect you and your business. Our hope is that you never sign a subcontract that puts you out of business. Work with us to equip yourself with the ability to properly evaluate your risks and negotiate your next subcontract with greater confidence and ease.

The Cromeens Law Firm is here to protect you and your business.

Our hope is that you never sign a subcontract that puts you out of business. Work with us to equip yourself with the ability to properly evaluate your risks and negotiate your next subcontract with greater confidence and ease.

The Cromeens Law Firm is here to protect you and your business.

Our hope is that you never sign a subcontract that puts you out of business. Work with us to equip yourself with the ability to properly evaluate your risks and negotiate your next subcontract with greater confidence and ease.

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This is text for demonstration purposes only. It allows for a visual separation of the callout sections. The Cromeens Law Firm, PLLC, has helped thousands of subcontractors understand subcontracts and strengthen their business as a whole. Knowing what you should do to protect yourself starts first with understanding each part of the subcontract. This blog covers three critical topics every subcontractor needs to understand before signing the next subcontract: subcontract documents, personal guarantees, and retainage.

The Cromeens Law Firm is here to protect you and your business.

Our hope is that you never sign a subcontract that puts you out of business. Work with us to equip yourself with the ability to properly evaluate your risks and negotiate your next subcontract with greater confidence and ease. The Cromeens Law Firm, PLLC, has helped thousands of subcontractors understand subcontracts and strengthen their business as a whole. Knowing what you should do to protect yourself starts first with understanding each part of the subcontract. This blog covers three critical topics every subcontractor needs to understand before signing the next subcontract: subcontract documents, personal guarantees, and retainage.

Subcontract Documents

Remember: Whatever you sign in a subcontract will be used against you. Unfortunately, there are no set of laws or rules in place to protect you and guarantee that the subcontract is fair. In fact, most of the subcontracts are not fair; they are one-sided and do not favor the subcontractor.

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