It is debatable. Unless you are under the jurisdiction of legal authority, you cannot be forced to sign a contract. The other party may file a lawsuit to persuade you to sign the agreement if you are not under duress. However, if you have already signed the contract, a court is unlikely to declare it invalid.
There are certain circumstances in which this rule does not apply. A court may declare a contract void if you are a minor and your parent or guardian refuses to consent to it. Furthermore, if you entered into the contract under duress, fraud, or misrepresentation, a court might invalidate the agreement.
If you’re thinking about signing a contract, it’s always a good idea to talk with an experienced attorney before you do so to make sure you know your rights and responsibilities.
An attorney can assist you in understanding your legal choices and may be able to help you enforce the provisions of your contract if you are having issues with a contract that you have already signed. If you believe that you have been compelled into signing a contract against your will, speak to an attorney as soon as possible about your legal alternatives.