Breach of Contract

Contracts are all around us, and each one we come across is different. Paying attention to all the details when signing a contract, especially a mortgage or deed agreement, can be a daunting task. But contracts are extremely important when making major purchasing decisions, as they protect you and the other party from damages should a breach occur.

A contract is a promise between two parties. When one breaks that promise, they are in breach. Knowing when a breach happens and when to act upon it are important factors in making sure you are protected from loss.

Attempting to rectify the breach with the other party is always the best first step, but when the other party refuses to resolve the issue, it is time to either contact a mediator, go into binding arbitration, or take them to court. Whatever dispute resolution option you prefer, King Law Firm Attorneys at Law, Inc. would like to be there with you every step of the way.

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