Breaches of Contract
When you enter into a contract, you hold certain expectations. If, for instance, you are being hired to perform a service, you expect to be paid in full for that service once the work is completed. If, on the flip side, you’re the party that is hiring someone else for a service, you expect the work to be completed by a certain time and meet a certain level of quality.
When your expectations aren’t reached by the other side — or when you feel that the other side is abusing your agreement — that means it’s time to talk to an attorney. We at The Head Law Firm represent both plaintiffs and defendants in breaches of contract cases. Whether you're the accuser or the accused, our expertise is at your service.
Real Estate Matters
Business and real estate cases sometimes intertwine because managing your property is an important aspect of running a business. If, as a business owner, you need help buying or selling a property, drafting or reviewing real estate paperwork, or litigating your case in court, consider us your go-to real estate resource. Call us or visit our Real Estate page for more information.
Complicated Business Disputes
Of course, the conflicts discussed above are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to business negotiations and disputes. If you’ve run into a more complicated issue — as either a plaintiff or a defendant — call to schedule an informative consultation.