In addition to using all the correct legal language, they will ask you many questions about what you are trying to accomplish through your franchise agreement.
This will allow your attorney to craft a document that will meet not only the legal requirements but more importantly the business goals you want to achieve.
You can find references to many experienced franchise attorneys at the International Franchise Association website at www.franchise.org.
Jeff Elgin has almost 20 years of experience franchising, both as a franchisee and a senior franchise company executive. He's currently the CEO of FranChoice Inc., a company that provides free consulting to consumers looking for a franchise that best meets their needs.