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Contracts are promises that govern relationships between two parties. While both sides might seem to agree when the contract is being entered into, unforeseen circumstances can reveal differences in each party's understanding of the agreement. Contract disputes are governed by a nuanced set of laws that are designed to give each side the benefit of the bargain for which that side entered into the contract.
There are a variety of considerations that go into properly drafting a contract. Certain provisions of the law make some contracts unenforceable, while other contracts can be interpreted against the drafting party if not designed carefully. A contract might seem comprehensive to an untrained eye, while the review of an experienced attorney can reveal discrepancies in the provisions of the contract and vague terms that leave too much room for interpretation.
Even when a contract is well drafted, it can be one-sided or overly burdensome to one party. Some contracts impose strict deadlines and onerous obligations on one party to the agreement. When entering into a contract, it is crucial to make sure that the terms are fair and reasonable.
The attorneys at White and Bright have valuable experience in drafting, interpreting, and litigating contracts. Contract disputes can lead to a cascade of issues for each party, and our attorneys are adept at solving the problem as efficiently as possible while minimizing any damage that may come from the dispute. When a contract has been breached, we pride ourselves on being able to honestly and candidly evaluate how best to enforce your rights or protect your interests.
If you find yourself in a dispute over a contract, it is critical to consult an attorney who will aggressively represent your interests up to and through a trial, while at the same time advising you on alternate ways to resolve the dispute through mediation or arbitration. These solutions can be more cost effective and bring the dispute to a faster conclusion. Our attorneys’ extensive experience in contract disputes strike the balance that you need. We welcome you to contact us to find out how our team can advocate for you in a contract dispute.
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