For private persons, contracts are typically especially significant in matters concerning the acquisition, construction or renovation of a home or a summer house, as well as the possession of joint property or the dissolution of co-ownership. Having an attorney check all financially significant contracts before signing is, in the end, considerably cheaper than contesting the contract terms and conditions afterwards.
For business enterprises, all contracts are important. The higher the financial interest, the more significant the contents of the contract from the point of view of managing future risks. Also in the case of long-term contracts or standard form contracts it is highly advisable to at least have an attorney check their contents, if one chooses not to prepare the contracts in with the help of an attorney.