When parties enter into a legal contract, they often have the best intentions that all matters between them will be handled in an amicable manner.  Unfortunately, that is not always the case.  Sometimes disputes erupt and parties find it impossible to resolve their differences.

Contracts can be complex and have terms that may require that certain disputes be resolved via mediation or arbitration.  Likewise, they may contain restrictions on where and when a lawsuit can be brought to enforce certain legal rights in the contract.  All of these issues and others (including provisions regarding the award of attorneys fees for prevailing in a dispute), often require a careful legal analysis to determine the best strategy to forge a resolution to the dispute.

If you have a contract dispute, contact The Law Offices of Donald M. Kreke for help.  We will be happy to meet with you to review and analyze the contract and actions of the parties, so that we can determine the best way to resolve the matter.

How The Law Offices of Donald M. Kreke can Help You with Your Contract Disputes

We will meet with you to discuss the underlying facts related to the contract, including the relationship between the contracting parties.  To determine the best course of action, we will fully evaluate your existing status and your goals.  In doing so, we will typically need to:

  • Review the contract at issue, including any attachments and/or addendums, etc.
  • Review any documents that are associated with the contract or bargaining and negotiations between the parties, including letters, emails, text messages, proposals, etc.
  • Evaluate the oral representations made between the parties.
  • Evaluate the acts of the parties, including acts that could be construed as deviating from the responsibilities in the contract, and acts of default, etc.

We may also need to take statements or interview witnesses or third parties, consult with experts or consultants.  Each matter is different with a different set of facts and circumstances and that is why we prefer to meet in person with any clients who need our help in reviewing and drafting contracts.

If we determine that the other party is in default, we will seek damages on your behalf.  This is typically done via a demand to the other party.  If there is no compliance with our demand, we may need to institute a lawsuit on your behalf, unless the contract validly calls for a different form of dispute resolution.

Do You Need an Attorney to Represent You Related to a Contract Dispute?

Call The Law Offices of Donald M. Kreke today for a free consultation regarding your contract disputes.  If you are unable to come to our office, we will come to see you.

Other Legal Matters Handled by The Law Offices of Donald M. Kreke

In addition to matters involving contract disputes, The Law Offices of Donald M. Kreke handles other legal matters including: personal injury matters (including, but not limited to, truck crash claims, automobile accident claims, motorcycle wreck claims, boating collision claims, claims against cruise lines, premises liability claims, slip and fall accident claims, negligent security claims, dog bite claims, and defective products claims), property insurance claims – both residential and commercial – and inception claims, and supplemental and re-open claims (including, but not limited, broken pipe claims, fire claims, flood claims, hail claims, hurricane claims, mold claims, roof leak claims, sinkhole claims, storm claims, tornado claims, vandalism and theft claims, water claims, wind claims, loss of business income claims, and extra expense claims), bad faith insurance claims, property damage claims, collection matters, criminal defense matters, traffic offenses (including speeding tickets), claims against insurance brokers and/or agents, medical malpractice claims, and nursing home claims and elderly abuse claims.  We also assist clients with reviewing and drafting contracts.  If your legal issue or matter is not listed above, please contact us.  We may be able to help.

Pin It on Pinterest