Breach of Contract DisputesApril 6, 2013
Contracts serve as an important foundation for most business relationships. They outline the terms that each party has agreed to, and in the event of a dispute, can help parties find a resolution. However, sometimes contracts may be difficult to understand. They may contain complex language or may be ambiguous, making it difficult for parties to resolve their dispute without an attorney.
If you need help understanding a business contract, have been accused of breaching a contract, or have suffered harm due to another party’s breach of contract, contact Marshall Socarras Grant, P.L. to speak with a Boca Raton business attorney. We are dedicated to helping clients resolve breach of contract disputes appropriately and efficiently while minimizing disruption to your business.
What Constitutes a Breach of Contract?
When one party fails to abide by the terms of a contract, this constitutes a breach of contract. Whether the breach regards money, goods and service, deadlines or a non-compete or non-disclosure agreement, a breach gives the other party rights to recoup for any losses or damages directly caused by the breach. At Marshall Socarras Grant, P.L. we handle breach of contract disputes for all business contracts, employment contracts, and commercial and residential real estate contracts.
If you choose us to represent you, we will closely review your contract and advise you on your rights and obligations regarding the dispute in question. We will also discuss the specific details of your case to fully understand your situation and provide legal guidance on how to best resolve the dispute while protecting your interest. If necessary, we can also represent you in court.
Contact a Boca Raton Business Attorney
If you are involved in a breach of contract dispute or would like legal counseling on any aspect of your business, contact a Boca Raton business attorney at Marshall Socarras Grant, P.L. We are committed to helping our clients protect their businesses, now and in the future. Our experienced business attorneys can also provide legal counseling on your day-to-day operations, analyze your potential liabilities, and help you to protect your business. We can review your existing contracts, help you draft new ones, and potentially renegotiate existing contracts to ensure your individual needs are met and your risks are minimized. Contact us today to see how we can help with your specific business needs.
Marshall Socarras Grant, P.L. handles complex commercial litigation, corporate law, and other general business legal matters for clients of all sizes in a variety of industries. The firm’s commercial litigation attorneys represent small and large corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, professionals, entrepreneurs, condominium/homeowners’ associations, employers, employees and individuals to assess their options and make informed decisions to achieve their objectives. Please contact our firm today for more information about how we can assist you with your business needs at 561-361-1000, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit our website at www.msglaw.com.
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