Stupid Questions are Better than Stupid Mistakes

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Prefacing a question with the disclaimer, "I know this is a stupid question," a client once asked, "How should I sign this agreement?" His question was far from stupid because when executing documents, including agreements, checks and letters, the form of the signature has legal consequences. When someone signs a document, the individual, not surprisingly, creates personal legal liability.

In his article for Builder News, Brad Goss discusses form of signature on documents -- including letters, checks or agreements. Click the below link to read the full article.

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