Contracts were created to expedite the legal process. By producing a mutually agreed upon list of terms, courts can easily resolve conflict and render a ruling. Having a contract in place can provide peace of mind, assurance, and understanding between businesses and partners.
In the case of a breach of contract, retaining a skilled and knowledgeable business law attorney in Santa Clarita becomes even more crucial. Whether you are beginning to draft a contract or need guidance in the midst of a dispute, Poole Shaffery & Koegle, LLP is here to advocate for your rights and best interests.
Let an experienced attorney review your contract or dispute. Call (855) 997-7522 to speak our team at Poole Shaffery & Koegle, LLP .
In matters of contract litigation—even in drafting a contract—the other party is very likely to have a legal professional reviewing the legality of the contract. These matters require understanding and legal insight, as contract law can be very specific. When you come to our firm, we carefully review the entire document for phrases and clauses that may favor your argument in litigation. Our Santa Clarita business lawyers at Poole Shaffery & Koegle, LLP thoroughly review every aspect of your contract and utilize our skill to develop a strong case on your behalf.
Contract litigation issues we resolve include:
These cases are very complex and intricate. Many terms and conditions can be open to interpretation and only a solid argument will ensure your best interests remain safeguarded through litigation.
A lot of work goes into building a contract—especially when it involves agreements and terms and conditions that you want to be upheld in all circumstances. At Poole Shaffery & Koegle, LLP our Santa Clarita contract lawyers make sure every detail is taken into consideration when drafting and reviewing your contract. Our team consists of top rated AV® lawyers (Martindale Hubbell®)—we achieved that recognition by giving clients’ cases total dedication and care.
For a confidential consultation regarding your contract dispute, call (855) 997-7522.