It is said that some lessons need to be learnt first-hand. Our experience shows that one such lesson is to understand that oral agreements only remain valid for as long as both parties benefit from it. As soon as the situation changes and keeping their side of the bargain is no longer lucrative, a party tends to very quickly forget what was agreed upon exactly. There are exceptions to every rule, also to this one, but this is still largely the case. The later the lesson is learnt, the higher the cost usually is. Be wise – write it down. Not sure how exactly? Contact us and we’ll help.