Florida Contract Lawyer
Contracts are legally binding agreements between two or more parties. There are two main types of contracts: express contracts and implied contracts. An express contract clearly spells out the terms of an agreement and is usually set forth in writing, whereas an implied contract assumes certain obligations exist between parties based on circumstance. For example, if you receive services or goods, it is expected that you will pay for such services or goods—even without a written contract. However, a contract should be used in virtually all transactions and can protect you from liability.
When either party fails to uphold their responsibilities or obligations as outlined in the contract, it is known as a breach of contract. Parties that renege on a contract may face substantial legal consequences for breach of contract. This is where a carefully crafted legal contract is especially important. Failure to explicitly state the terms of an agreement (responsibilities and obligations) means that those terms are open to interpretation; this can be avoided through a well-planned contract. The properly drafted contract also simplifies the litigation of the dispute if litigation becomes necessary.
Craig M. Dorne PA is a Contract Lawyer committed to creating precise contracts that clearly define the relationship and expectations between each party involved. Taking the time to invest in a solid contract can save you a tremendous amount of time, hassle and money by avoiding costly litigation that can arise from poorly designed contracts. Remember, online forms do not provide you with the protection that can be afforded with a tailored agreement for a specific transaction.
If you need help writing a contract, reviewing a contract, litigating a breach of contract or settling a contract dispute, contact the Law Offices of Craig M. Dorne PA. For over 20 years, attorney Craig Dorne has been helping individuals and businesses protect their best interests through carefully structured contracts that pay meticulous attention to detail. When you need legal help with a contract-related matter, contact Craig Dorne.
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