Most business transactions conducted today are done through the use of contracts, which although not suggested, can be oral. A contract is a binding agreement between two parties that sets terms for the transaction, including price, delivery and quantity of items to be sold. Properly drafting and negotiating contracts will allow you to clearly define and understand your business’s rights and obligations. When a dispute arises, you need an attorney who understands how to negotiate and litigate contracts cases. The attorneys at Goldstein & Scopellite, PC handle contract drafting, negotiation and breach cases for our clients in Arizona.
We provide many contract-based services for our clients, including contract drafting. We work with you from the very beginning of the contract drafting or negotiation process to make sure the words in your contract clearly reflect the wishes of you and we ensure the agreements made, either in draft form or verbally, reflect what the document states. When a dispute or breach arises, a well-written contract can reduce the need for litigation by clearly detailing the proper procedures in all foreseeable situations, and should a dispute arise, our qualified team of attorneys will be there to handle the matter and bring the situation to a resolution.
In addition to helping you draft a solid contract, our Tucson attorneys can assist your business in revising, updating or modifying existing contracts to reflect changing circumstances. The team of trusting attorneys at Goldstein & Scopellite, PC will work with your company to help you avoid the possibility of you (or your company) breaching a contract and we will assist you in enforcing another party’s compliance with a contract when they are in danger of breach. We are committed to helping our clients’ businesses thrive and we are dedicated to helping you achieve the results you desire.
If one party to a contract does not live up to their side of the bargain, it is known as breach of contract. If there is a breach of contract or if there is a violation of an injunction or an order, the other party can sue for any damages that resulted from that violation or the breach. These damages are not necessarily physical. They can also include profits lost on sales that fell through and time wasted in waiting for deliveries that did not arrive as promised or for violations that caused a legitimate expense of any kind. Our attorneys have experience representing companies and individuals on both sides of the plaintiff’s or defendants case. Whether you are the party who breached the agreement or the orders or you are the one seeking to enforce the agreement or the orders on a breaching party, we can help.
If your company is in the process of drafting or negotiating a contract, or if a contract has been breached, you need legal help. Contact the qualified lawyers at Goldstein & Scopellite, PC today at 520-365-3185 or contact us online to schedule a consultation at our Tucson, Arizona office.