No Contract Is The Worst Kind!! ─ Law #27

Verbal agreements and implied understandings will play havoc with a relationship when it starts to come apart.

Perceptions change interpretation between a friendly and an adverse relationship, when trouble brews.

It is naïve to believe that no problems will occur because nothing is written down.

Most agreements are usually structured as if success is assured, and verbal understandings seldom, if ever, define the “what ifs” (all those things that might go wrong and what to do if they occur).

It is scary to think of it, but in a court, it’s your word against theirs.

At the first sign of trouble and disagreement, “build a file.” Don’t leave problems to memory. This is especially true in dealing with a giant company.