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Experienced Breach of Contract Lawyers in Port St. Lucie
Are you involved in a breach of contract dispute? Contact Crary Buchanan at (888) 899-8161 now.
At the core of every business is a series of interwoven contractual agreements. Without a solid contract, business partners could lose sight of their duties and responsibilities. A business that lacks a strong contract can be susceptible to a number of legal issues, including disgruntled employees, dissatisfied business partners, or betrayed shareholders.
Do you have a breach of contract matter that requires immediate legal attention? Contact our Port St. Lucie business dispute attorneys to receive effective counsel.
Importance of Implementing a Solid Contract
For one, any contracts that you enter into must be fulfilled as promised. What then happens in the event that the party you entered into a contract with is not fulfilling their end of the deal? Legally, this is called a breach of contract and can cause major problems for any business.
Common issues that involve breach of contract include:
- Business partnership disputes
- Disputes over written or oral contracts
- Failure to perform contractual duties
As a business person, it is your goal to implement your business plans efficiently. In the event that there is an unexpected dispute, this can have a major effect on the quality of your operations. There are many requirements that must be met in order for a business to be run successfully and we can help you create, implement, and enforce a contract that can help protect your rights for the long-run.
Types of Breach of Contract Claims
There are essentially two types of contract breaches: minor and material. Though both types imply that some sort of breach has been made, they differ slightly. Our Port St. Lucie breach of contract attorneys understands the subtle differences between these types of cases and we can use our knowledge to maneuver your claim into the most favorable position.
Minor breaches are defined by one party fulfilling only part of the agreed upon contract. In the event that this happens, the affected party has the right only to sue for specific failure of performance, rather than suing as if the entire contract was breached.
If a material breach has been made, one party will have failed to uphold their entire portion of the contract. Breaches of contract are not always this easy to define, however. There are often complicated factors that affect every contract. If you are struggling to come to an agreement with the party that is obligated to your contract, you need to seek skilled legal help to remediate the problem.
Crary Buchanan: 80+ Years of Experience to Protect You
If you have entered into a joint venture, partnership, or any other type of business agreement with another party but that contract has been broken, we want to speak with you. Crary Buchanan can help fight to see that you get the necessary compensation so that you can see a successful resolution to your business dispute.
As one of the oldest law firms in Florida’s Treasure Coast, we have helped businesses in Port St. Lucie since 1927. We know what it takes to protect your bottom line and can treat your specific case with the highest degree of confidence, professionalism, and respect. Choose to work with an established, qualified, and experienced law firm today.
Call Crary Buchanan at (888) 899-8161 to schedule your free consultation.