How you challenge a contract dispute can mean all the difference. Let us work with you to ensure the best outcome in your behalf
In its most basic essence, a contract is simply an agreement between two or more people, or legal entities, to do or accomplish something in exchange for a commiserate reward, either financial or through some other method. Contracts are commonly done in writing, but they can also constitute an oral, or handshake, agreement that can be much harder to enforce or prove.
A dispute can occur between two parties at any time, intentionally or just from a simple miscommunication by both parties. The key is to have proper legal representation so that you have someone that can act on your behalf, can look at the facts of the breach in contract, and provide you honest and unbiased advice.
If one of the parties has broken the terms of the contract, the offended party has generally up to five years of when the contract was made to file a lawsuit. The length of period for filling varies by the type of contract and how the agreement was made. If you feel that there is a breach of contract, please consult with us immediately so we can advice you what are your options for recovery.
We can advise and represent you or your business on existing disputes, including contract and small business disputes. We have represented both plaintiffs as well as defendants through many dispute processes.
Additionally, if of you have a concern whether your current processes or business practices are leaving you exposed for future litigation, let us work with you and advice you on how to remedy them. We have negotiated many contract settlements and represented our clients’ best interest throughout the entire process many times. Let us help you.