Breach of Contract

Parties that enter into a business contract have duties and obligations toward one another. An individual or entity who does not hold up his or her end of the deal is allegedly in breach of contract. Typically, breach of contract disputes in Texas tend to revolve around the following issues:

  • Non-Performance of Work or Services
  • Sending Products or Deliverables Late
  • Exceeding the Agreed Upon Budget or Cost
  • Disagreements Over Terms of Payment
  • Misunderstandings Regarding Available Resources

If you are handling a breach of contract dispute in Texas, you may want to discuss the details of your case with a Texas breach of contract attorney at Sul Lee Law Firm PLLC. We can analyze your situation from a big-picture perspective under the context of Texas contract law.

Contact us for breach of contract case evaluation today by calling (214) 206-4064 or sending us a message via our online contact form.

Texas Breach of Contract Cases We Handle

While many business owners and corporations do their best to avoid breach of contract disputes, miscommunication and misunderstanding can occur. Our legal team members at Sul Lee Law Firm PLLC can act as your legal representative in the following types of contract disputes:

  • Service Contracts
  • Buy-Sell Agreements
  • Employment Contracts
  • International Disputes
  • Intellectual Property Contracts

If you are handling a breach of contract dispute in Texas, you may want to discuss the details of your case with a Dallas breach of contract attorney at Sul Lee Law Firm PLLC. We can analyze your situation from a big-picture perspective under the context of Texas contract law.

Contact us for breach of contract case evaluation today by calling (214) 206-4064 or sending us a message via our online contact form.

While every case is unique, our firm acts as your conduit toward providing the best possible outcome for the given situation. We offer robust and comprehensive services for Texas-based businesses when they need it the most.

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The Legal Enforceability of Contracts in Texas

Whether you are on the plaintiff or defendant side, our Texas business attorneys can help you understand the issues surrounding the enforceability of the contract in question. For most Texas contract to be enforceable, they must meet the following conditions:

  • The agreement must be in writing.
  • Both parties must have willingly entered into it.
  • Services or goods were offered and accepted.
  • An agreement to pay for them was involved.
  • The breach has not exceeded the Texas statute of limitations.

Texas places a four-year statute of limitations on breach of contract matters. It’s critical that this deadline does not expire, or it critically affects your ability to file a claim for compensation.

Breach of contract mistakes can cost you time, money, and a good reputation. Don’t leave things to chance. Leverage the power of a strategic partner to assist you in navigating breach of contract disputes in Texas.

The best defense or offense in breach of contract matters involve your approach in managing your case proactively. An effective way to accomplish this goal is by speaking with a Texas business attorney at Sul Lee Law Firm PLLC. We can assist you in devising a practical and straightforward strategy that draws upon our years of experience.

You can schedule a case review and evaluation with a Texas breach of contract lawyer by calling our office at (214) 206-4064 or by sending us a message via our online contact form.

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