The world seems to run on contracts. In your personal and business life for example, you have a contract with your mortgage company, a contract with utility providers, a contract with the caterer who provides food for your party. You have contracts with vendors and suppliers. If you do not own your home or business location, you have a contract with your landlord.
No matter how carefully these contracts are formed, contract law issues can still arise when one party breaches the contract and litigation may be needed. The party not in breach either wants specific performance, which means an order from the court that the contract terms be complied with, or damages from the failure of the party to fulfill the contract terms.
At AMS Law Group, we represent both clients who claimed the other party breached the contract terms, and clients who are defending against allegations that they breached the agreement.
Our contract litigation attorneys work diligently for the best possible outcome, whether that is through negotiations or going to trial. Our goal is for the lawsuit to disrupt your life as little as possible while we work toward a resolution.
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If you are alleging a breach, the law requires you to file your lawsuit within a certain period of time after the date upon which you allege the breach occurred. Do not wait and risk losing your right to pursue your case. If you are defending against an allegation of breach, the law requires you to respond within a certain period of time after you are served with the legal documents that were filed in the court. Do not wait and risk having a default judgment entered against you.
If you have contract law issues Contact us for a free consultation. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In order to better serve you, our staff members also speak Arabic and Spanish. We serve those in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston, as well as Oklahoma. Call now to schedule your consultation appointment.
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We work diligently for the best possible outcome, whether that is through negotiations or going to trial. Our goal is for the lawsuit to disrupt your life as little as possible while we work toward a resolution.
Whether in your personal or business life, contracts are involved. When everything works out according to plan, there are no legal issues. But, if one party to a contract fails to perform according to the terms of the contract, a breach may have occurred. Litigation may be required so that the person who is not in breach can collect for the damages suffered due to the failure of the other party to perform.