About Us

Evyenia Walton, Managing Director

Since I first started practising law in 2004, I noticed that there are a lot of businesses who were engaging large law firm providers and paying through the nose. Or, if they couldn’t afford or access quality legal services, I saw some business owners sign contracts blindly, or with little or no understanding of what the contract actually said. In some cases, there were no contracts in place at all.

So I set out on My Mission - to educate business owners about the risks in their contracts, and draft tailored, creative and effective legal documents that were easy to understand. 

My Vision is to create a company that is accessible to ALL businesses offering quality legal services at affordable prices.

I want all business owners to feel like they can negotiate a fair and equitable contract with ANYONE.

Interpret Contracts aims to give business owners the tools, knowlege and confidence they need to do what they do best - their business. 

Our Mission

Interpret Contracts is bridging the gap for SME across Australia to access fast, affordable and quality legal services through the use of new technologies. We equip our clients with the best possible tools to protect their business and assets through legal contracts whilst utilising an online secure access portal where clients can view all their current and past requests and advice.

Interpret Contracts - revolutionising the way the world does business.



  1. explain the meaning of (information or actions).

"This contract is difficult to interpret”

Synonyms: explain, elucidate, expound, explicate, clarify, make clear, make plain, illuminate, shed light on, throw light on; gloss, simplify, spell out, decipher, decode, solve, resolve, untangle, unravel, make intelligible, understand, comprehend, make sense of.



  1. a written or spoken agreement, especially one concerning employment, sales, or tenancy, that is intended to be enforceable by law.

"They have just signed a legally binding contract"

Synonyms: agreement, commitment, arrangement, settlement, undertaking, understanding, compact, covenant, pact, bond; deal, bargain; treaty, concordat, convention.


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