AUBURN/OPELIKA CONTRACT LAW ATTORNEYS
We here, at The Alsobrook Jackson Law Firm focus on “client first” representation in all matters. When it comes to contractual matters, our team of attorneys has the knowledge and experience to get you through any problems you may have with your business or organization. Attorney Raymond Jackson has extensive experience with contractual matters from minor contract adjustments between parties to extremely complicated and contentious contract disputes.
When you are considering contract litigation, you need an attorney that is experienced and knowledgeable about the laws at both the state and federal levels. You need Alsobrook Jackson, Attorneys at Law.
Contracts occur more often in daily life than many people realize. A contract is a legally binding agreement between two parties. One party makes an offer to perform a duty or service, in exchange for “consideration,” or payment, and the other party accepts this consideration, formalizing the agreement. An offer can be verbal, in writing or even implied, with each of these having specific legal meanings. In more complex situations, individuals may need legal guidance to review employment contracts, releases, contracts to buy or sell real estate, and covenants not to compete, to name a few. We are well equipped to review and/or draft all contracts for our clients, as well as advise them on any and all contract disputes, breach of contract matters and contract negotiations.
Contract disputes arise when one party to the contract is in breach of the agreement, that is to say, that they are not upholding their end of the agreement.
A few examples of contract disputes:
- In business, there may be a contract for a delivery that was not made on time, was in the wrong amount or was not the item ordered.
- Another example comes up when buying a car. The car may not be the car that you were expecting to purchase, and the Alabama Lemon Law protects those who may have been wronged in a contract to purchase a car.
- Disputes sometimes arise in construction contracts. If you have been building a house there could be differences in the materials used, construction methods, who is responsible for cost overruns and many other disagreements over the terms and conditions of a building contract.
All of these matters are often sensitive and complex and the sooner you act, the quicker and more effective the resolution can be.
We represent clients throughout eastern Alabama and Western Georgia, with our office conveniently located in Opelika, Alabama. If you find yourself in a dispute over the terms and conditions of a contract, in any situation, do not hesitate to call our office today at 334.737.3718 to set up your free consultation. You may also contact us online to speak with a team of lawyers with the experience to handle your case.
Call attorney Raymond Jackson today.