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Experienced Breach Of Contract Lawyers Florida

Business Law Attorneys handling Breach of Contract Matters in Florida

 

When doing business, your word is your bond and one of the most important aspects of this is your contracts. It doesn’t matter what type of business you’re in or how large (or small) your company is, the contracts you sign with your partners, clients, etc., are essential for helping to take care of your business interests and protect you from problems in the future. A dispute or breach of contract is serious and effects your business.

 

Whether it’s a signed contract or even just an oral agreement, this situation is backed by law and holds both parties to whatever is agreed upon, provided it was properly written. This means that when one of the parties breaches the contract or you have some dispute over it, you do have legal resources available to you so that you don’t lose out. However, it takes a qualified attorney skilled in contract disputes and business litigation to make the most out of your legal proceedings and ensure the other party has to hold up their end of the deal or that you get the compensation you deserve to make up for the losses resulting from their breaching it.

 

At the Law Office of Kelley and Fulton, P.L., our team of Florida business attorneys is experienced in all aspects of contract law and business litigation and we’re here to help ensure your rights are protected and that you get the help you need with any and all contract disputes.

 

What Constitutes a Breach of Contract?

When it comes to contracts, they can vary hugely in their terms, wording, and purpose. Still, the main goal is always the same—to hold both parties whatever has been agreed upon. The promise laid out in the contract usually governs money, goods, services, or anything else that has some value. If the other party fails to live up to the terms laid out in the contract, whether it be failure to deliver by a certain deadline, not living up to a non-compete or non-disclosure agreement, or anything else specified in the contract, this is considered a breach and provides you certain legal rights to recoup any losses or damages that arose from it.

 

Breach of Contract Attorneys Florida Protect Your Legal Rights

Whether it’s a simple dispute over the terms of a contract or a full breach, the breach of contract attorneys Florida at Kelley and Fulton, P.L. will help fight for your legal rights and maintain your best interests, allowing you to focus solely on your business while we do the dirty work and get you the legal compensation that is your right. Don’t let contract disputes hold you up from getting on with your work, so instead contact us today at 561-983-4788 to let our team represent your interests and protect your legal rights.