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Port St. Lucie Contract Attorney
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Though you may think that contractual arrangements are often straightforward, there are gray areas that can lead to serious conflict. In some instances, however, a blatant violation of a contractual stipulation will occur, which could have ruinous effects on either or all parties involved. Often what will happen is one or both parties will not fulfill their side of the contract as stated.
Our firm has the experience in all areas of civil litigation and we can help our clients in a variety of ways. Regardless of which side of the contract you may be on, our Port St. Lucie contract lawyers can be at your side advocating for the fullest protection of your rights. We have more than 85 years of experience in handling complex issues ranging from forming legally binding contracts to enforcing contractual agreements.
We at Crary Buchanan are proud to represent clients so that they can benefit as a result of working with our firm. Our firm is home to attorneys who have successfully gone through the rigorous Board Certification examination for Civil Trial Law. In this capacity, we are able to provide skilled and insightful legal counsel that is often used to put our business law clients in an advantageous position.
Do not end up on the losing side of a litigated contract.
Call our Port St. Lucie civil litigation and arbitration attorneys immediately!
We Are Skilled to Handle Any Legal and Contractual Issues
A contract is a legally binding agreement entered into by two or more parties. Each party that enters into the contractual agreement is legally obligated to fulfill some kind of duty. For example, when a contractor enters into an agreement with a business to do repairs, then the contractor will be obligated to perform construction to the business property and the business will be obligated to pay the contractor. They are both obligated in some way because of the contract.
Both parties entering into the contract will have a role to play. Typically, one party usually makes an offer while the other party accepts that offer. They must both come to a consensus as to the terms of the contract. Consideration must be given from one party to the other and usually takes on the form of monetary payment. Payment can only be enforced up to the amount that was stated in the contract. If you are facing disputes regarding a contract you entered into, then please come speak with our firm.
Making Sure Your Contract is Legally Binding
Just because you have come to an agreement with another party does not necessarily mean that you have entered into a legally binding contract. All too often, parties will make the mistake of thinking that no contract is necessary – especially when they trust the other party to make good on their word.
Unfortunately, things happen and without a contract, you could be stuck between a rock and a hard spot. A contract is necessary to pursue legal action should a dispute occur. Contracts can be the complete foundation for you and your business’ success, and for this reason, it will be crucial that you have an knowledgeable attorney work with you to make sure that it is legally binding and enforceable.
We can be of assistance in a number of business disputes and other commercial litigation matters, including:
- Breach of contract
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Business partnership disputes
- Minor and material contract breaches
Our Port St. Lucie Litigators Have 85+ Years of Experience
At our firm, we know how to help close loopholes and ensure that the language is drafted in a way that truly represents your best interests. Crary Buchanan has a reputation in the state of Florida and we are extremely proud to uphold this legacy of excellence.
For more than 8 decades, our firm has been helping those in need of civil litigation services. As one of the oldest law firms in Florida’s Treasure Coast, we are proud of our heritage and our hard-earned reputation for providing clients with exceptional legal counsel.
If you are facing an issue that requires professional legal help with a contract, then please get in touch with an attorney from our firm. Call our Port St. Lucie contract lawyers for a free case evaluation!