Crafting Effective Contracts And Overcoming Breaches Of Contract
As a private individual, an agent for someone’s power of attorney or a fiduciary representing a business, you will likely encounter circumstances where you need to enter into contracts with other people or legal entities for a great many purposes.
To ensure that you and your business will receive the benefits of the deal you entered into through a contract, it is advisable to have a contract law attorney review or draft the terms. Protect yours and your business interests by working closely with a Gainesville contract lawyer at Hunt & Taylor Law Group, LLC to enter into a contract that protects your interests and complies with applicable laws.
Examples Of Our Clients’ Business Contracts
Our discussion of contracts here will focus on contracts that are essential to your business, such as the following:
- Purchase and sale agreements
- Employment contracts
- Partnership agreements
- Service contracts
- Commercial leases
The parties to a business contract may be people within the business or someone within a business making an agreement with others outside the business, such as customers, suppliers, other businesses or commercial landlords.
The attorneys at Hunt & Taylor Law Group, LLC, in Gainesville, have facilitated contract agreements for countless businesses and business owners in the region. The firm’s founding partners both have more than 35 years of experience practicing business law in the region. They offer knowledgeable, effective guidance with any type of contract.
Resolving A Breach Of Contract
When the other party to a contract that you entered into for business purposes breaches the contract, it may put your business operations and/or cash flow at risk. The other company or individual may send something different than what you ordered. They may not have done what they agreed to do in the contract. They may deny that a contract existed at all. In whatever way the other person or organization failed to fulfill a contract that you agreed to, you can take legal action. Our contract lawyers are ready to lead the way.
What if legal fees to litigate would be higher than whatever you stand to gain by filing a lawsuit? We pride ourselves on being honest and straight forward with our clients about cost and which course of action, in our attorney’s professional opinion, is the best for that client. Negotiations with the right amount of pressure can resolve the issue with no need to go to court. Our contract law attorneys have resolved many problems for clients by written demand letters or discussions with the other party or the other party’s counsel.
We have also resolved many cases through mediation and arbitration. Some cases may be appropriate for a trial when stakes are high and the other party will not budge. Our trial attorneys are ready to represent your business skillfully and resolutely.
Discuss Legal Agreements And Disputes With Our Gainesville Contract Lawyers
Let’s devise a winning strategy together and resolve your contract dispute(s).