Q: I developed an APP, Website for a client with shares. Client refuses to cooperate to original contract, need legal doc.
My Corporation signed agreement with client to pay fraction of actual cost for an app, website, etc...by providing Corporation 15% partnership. Client failed to fulfill the obligation in many ways, and offered to buy me out. I need a letter that does the following:
1) After payment is made, i am 100% released of any obligation from the work I did.
2) Over the year client paid for services with credit cards, i need to assure he will not file any disputes or chargebacks, and security if he does, some pentaly
3) Corporation will not provide any education, training, or answer any questions on work done after contract is signed, and client is on his own
4) By payment from client (wire) i am releasing by 15% back to the client
and all the other legal stuff that needs to go with it.
A: I don’t see a question here it seems that you need to hire an attorney to represent you, am I correct?
Feel free to call
Law Office of Inna Fershteyn and Associates, P.C.
1517 Voorhies Ave, Suite 400
Brooklyn, NY 11235
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