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Our team provides full service representation. We run the gamut from advising, court appearances, appeals, and more. As business owners ourselves, we understand the value and important of making smart “business decisions.”
Business ownership disputes may arise over issues such as disagreements over management and ownership rights, breach of contract, misappropriation of funds, or fraud. Failing to resolve such disputes can result in significant losses for the parties involved, including damage to the business’s reputation and its financial well-being.
An experienced lawyer will review the facts of the case, examine any relevant contracts, and develop a strategy that seeks to achieve a satisfactory resolution. They can negotiate with the opposing party, mediate the dispute or litigate in court on your behalf.
Ultimately, involving a lawyer in a business ownership dispute can provide you with a level of legal protection and assurance, while increasing your chances of achieving a favorable outcome.
Contract disputes can arise in various areas such as employment, business agreements, and real estate transactions. When a contract dispute arises, it is important to receive legal guidance to assess the situation and determine the best course of action.
A skilled attorney can provide legal representation by reviewing the terms of the contract in question, assessing the potential legal issues and risks, and developing a strategy for resolving the dispute. This could involve negotiations with the other party, mediation, arbitration, or litigation.
An attorney can also assist in drafting and negotiating contracts to prevent future disputes and ensure that your interests are protected. Working with an attorney can help you achieve the best possible outcome in a contract dispute and minimize potential financial and legal risks.
Dealing with contractor disputes requires a certain level of expertise, particularly when it comes to drafting a mechanic’s lien. A mechanic’s lien is a legal claim against a property that can be filed by contractors or suppliers who are unpaid for the work or materials they have provided. Time is a critical factor when it comes to filing such a lien since there are deadlines that must be met to ensure the claim is valid. Therefore, having experience in handling contractor disputes can be essential in knowing when and how to file a mechanic’s lien. A skilled attorney can provide effective guidance on the process, advise on the required documentation and provide an understanding of the legal implications that come with filing a lien. Hiring a competent legal professional can help ensure that your rights as a contractor or supplier are protected and you get paid for your work.
Workmanship disputes can arise when the quality or standard of the work done by contractors or subcontractors is unsatisfactory, leading to complaints and demands for compensation or corrective actions. Our representation helps clients navigate the complex legal process, including filing claims, obtaining evidence, and negotiating a settlement or winning a case. Our experienced construction law attorneys provide significant experience working on such cases.
An easement grants a particular right to someone to use your land for a specific purpose, such as access to a neighboring property or utility service. However, if someone oversteps the boundaries of an easement or uses it for a purpose not intended, it can become a trespass. Legal representation can help you understand your rights as a property owner and ensure that the easements on your property are clearly defined and enforced. If an easement holder is violating the terms of the easement or causing damage to your property, legal representation can help you take appropriate legal action. Overall, legal representation can guide you through the complexities of easements and trespass in real estate law and advocate for your best interests.
Real estate purchase disputes typically arise when there is a disagreement between the buyer and the seller over the terms of the purchase agreement. Common issues that can lead to disputes include misrepresentations about the property’s condition, failure to disclose relevant information, and breach of contract. These disputes can be complicated and time-consuming to resolve and may require the intervention of a court or arbitrator.
To minimize the risk of a dispute, it’s important for buyers to conduct due diligence on the property before making an offer, including obtaining inspections and reviewing relevant documents. Sellers should be transparent about any known issues with the property and disclose all relevant information to potential buyers.
If you suspect an issue may arise, we are happy to provide you with a complimentary first consultation.
Pertinent facts will dictate the best course of action in going forward.
You provide the ultimate authority over resolution – whether that’s deciding to take the matter through the entire court process, or to manage risk by settling.