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Handling the Potential Complications of a Contract Dispute

On behalf of The Law Office of Lynnette Ariathurai, A Professional Corporation posted in Contract Disputes on Thursday, December 24, 2015.

California business owners know the importance of contracts. Far from just being “pieces of paper,” contracts address business’s ownership, management, services and a host of other issues. Those doing business in the state will want to be prepared for the potential complications that can arise should a contract dispute interrupt productivity.

Every contract creates obligations for those who sign it. Business owners typically want to minimize liability and avoid litigation. Sometimes, however, challenges arise due to a disagreement about the information a contract may contain. It may seem impossible to resolve without legal intervention.

The Law Office of Lynnette Ariathurai, A Professional Corporation, is dedicated to helping clients create contracts that protect their legal and business interests. Every company’s needs are different, and each contract should reflect the unique factors of the company entering the agreement, using clear and simple language that explains each party’s obligations and responsibilities. Our experienced attorneys have offered guidance with regard to many types of contract disputes and are able to assess a situation to help determine the best way to resolve the issues at hand. 

Your business issues are our priority, and we are committed to helping you accomplish your objectives in a personalized and cost-effective manner. You can contact The Law Office of Lynnette Ariathurai, A Professional Corporation, by using the form available on our website or calling our Fremont, California office to schedule a consultation. Whether you need assistance in drafting an agreement or reviewing a contract dispute, our business and commercial law attorneys are prepared to act on your behalf to achieve your goals.


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