Breach of Contract Disputes

In order for a company to conduct business, obtain supplies or materials, provide services, obtain services from other companies, businesses must often enter into business contracts. These contracts are intended to protect each parties interests. In the event that a contract is not honored by either party, a contract dispute may arise that requires contract mediation or litigation.

Contract disputes commonly occur regarding:

  • Disputes over requested or provided services
  • Disputes over business material and supply orders
  • Employment services, including contract workers and consulting services
  • Marketing and advertisement services
  • Cost and billing disputes
  • Real Estate Leasing, Sales, and other Property Disputes and
  • Other issues relating to contracts and agreements made between two or more individuals, groups, or business entities

As a law firm providing experienced Breach of Contract Attorney - Lawyer legal services, assisting Kissimmee, St. Cloud, and Osceola County Florida area residents with Breach of Contract legal issues, we are committed to protecting the legal rights of each and every client, while always striving to provide the highest standard of legal representation. Contact Kathy D. Sheive Attorney at Law by calling 407-624-5993 or by using our online submission form.

When there is a breach of contract, it may adversely affect you business, and even impede your ability to function at an optimum business capacity. Our law office can thoroughly review your business contract, determine what your legal standing is regarding the dispute, formally inform the other party that a breach of contract has occurred, and aggressively represent your rights in an effort to resolve the breach of contract issue prior to a civil litigation trial.

If the other party chooses not to comply with the terms of the contract, we will represent you and your business in civil litigation, seeking compliance of the contract and/or damages when the situation dictates such action.

If you have questions, concerns, or legal needs regarding Breach of Contract issues, we urge you to seek the legal advice of an experienced Kissimmee Breach of Contract attorney - lawyer at Kathy D. Sheive Attorney at Law by calling 407-624-5993 to schedule a confidential legal consultation.

Three elements must be satisfied to prove that a breach of contract has occurred and that you are entitled to damages.

  1. Existence of a Valid Contract: First, you must prove that a valid contract exists. A written contract signed by all parties will likely satisfy this requirement. Verbal Contract Disputes, while difficult to prove, sometimes do stand up in court if the evidence and witness statements support that a contract did exists between the parties involved.

  2. A Material Breach Of Contract Has Occurred: Next, you have to show the court that the breach was major (material) and not minor.

  3. Damages: In order to seek and recover damages for a breach of contract, you must prove that your company sustained monetary damages as a direct result of the breach of contract.

If you require professional legal services regarding Breach of Contract issues, be proactive in protecting your legal rights by seeking the legal advice of an experienced Kissimmee Breach of Contract attorney - lawyer. Contact Kathy D. Sheive Attorney at Law by calling 407-624-5993 or by using our online submission form.