No matter what type of contract you are entering into, it is vitally important to understand what you are signing.
A contract is an agreement between two parties that is enforceable by a court of law. If you do not hold up your end of the contract, then you could find yourself being sued for breach of contract in Florida, which is a long and expensive process.
Before you sign a contract in Florida, whether it be a commercial lease agreement, purchase and sale agreements, non-compete agreement, or any other type of contract, you should have an experienced attorney review the contract to ensure that it says what you believe it to say and that all of the terms and conditions are understood by you and some are in your best interest.
When having an attorney review your contract, it is important to give them enough time to properly review the document. Be sure to plan ahead and give yourself enough time in case changes or negotiations need to be made with the other party.