Business contracts are just about as fundamental to the way goods and services are exchanged in this country as anything else, and disputes between contractual partners can have the potential to significantly affect the future of either involved party. As such, you will need to do everything you can to protect your interests during the coming legal process, whether the breach in contract at the heart of your dispute is considered to be material or non-material.
At Williams Hart, our Houston contract dispute attorneys understand just how much will be in play for you in this dispute, and our legal team can help you make informed decisions about how you would like to enforce the terms of the contract you signed. Even if this dispute only involves a non-material breach in contract, it will be in your best interests to know exactly what is at stake and what your options will be to resolve a dispute that could have unforeseen consequences for your business.
At Williams Hart, our experienced team can help you compose or respond to a notice of breach of contract—a formal communication describing a breach in contract. If you are not able to resolve the dispute by sending a notice of breach or by responding to a notice, it may be necessary to pursue a course of legal action in the courts. That being said, our legal team has the experience and resources you will need to resolve any contract dispute you are currently working through, including but not limited to the following:
Depending on the circumstances of your situation, the party that breached the contract in question may be ordered to pay compensation to their contractual partner for any damages that were caused by the breach. It is important to note that you will not necessarily need to go through litigation in order to resolve your dispute; rather, mediation may be a more amicable and cost-efficient way to resolve your dispute. In any event, we can help you make an informed decision about whether litigation or another form of resolution, like mediation, will be best suited to your situation.
If you are, or anticipate that you will be in, a contract dispute, you should consult with an attorney about the legal action that may be necessary for you to protect your interests and your future. To speak with a Houston contract dispute lawyer from Williams Hart about the particulars of your contract dispute, please call our offices at (713) 230-2200 today.