Facing Legal Issues Regarding A Contract Dispute In California?
On behalf of The Law Office of Lynnette Ariathurai, A Professional Corporation posted in Contract Disputes on Thursday, October 15, 2015.
It is typical for California business owners to enter into various types of contracts in the usual ebb and flow of business transactions and negotiations. Regardless of the specifics involved in a particular contractual agreement, one thing most contracts have in common is that, by signing them, those involved are accepting certain terms and/or obligations. Whether written or verbal, a valid contract is legally binding and enforceable by law. This becomes especially important when a contract dispute arises and a business person believes that he or she is in need of legal help.
At The Law Office of Lynnette Ariathurai, our dedicated team is prepared to draft and review a vast spectrum of contracts, as well as represent those who choose to pursue legal action against a party or parties they believe to have breached an agreement. We can act as your legal advocate to ensure that the rights of your business are protected. Our experienced lawyers are committed to resolving contract disputes through negotiation whenever possible.
In addition, we are prepared to implement various alternative forms of dispute resolution, including mediation or arbitration. Each of these forms of contract dispute resolution have the potential to help you obtain a positive outcome while potentially avoiding litigation. However, if, after assessing your individual business issues, it is determined that litigation is the preferred method of resolution, we are ready to act on your behalf to help protect your interests.
A California business owner who is currently facing contract dispute issues, can contact The Law Office of Lynnette Ariathurai to discuss the matter in further detail. We offer customized representation that is both economical and effective for our clients. Whether your situation involves a disagreement with a vendor or supplier, the terms of a commercial lease or non-disclosure issues, we are prepared to answer your questions and offer sound legal counsel and guidance to help you achieve an amicable and agreeable solution.