“Help, I’m in a contract dispute!” Here’s What To Do

I'm in a contract dispute


Reasons for Initiating a Contract Dispute

There could be errors when it comes to the wording within a contract. Or you may think that the other party is not interpreting the terms of the contract correctly. A vendor may be unable to fulfill the contractual obligations because there was a drought that had caused a shortage of cashews. A manufacturer may not need raw materials because the future sales orders had been cancelled. Whatever the reason may be, The A&T Legal Group can help you resolve contract disputes in Califonia.


When You Breach the Contract

You may disagree with the terms of a contract or be unable to fulfill your contractual obligations. We can represent you during the negotiations for a new contract. Also, if the other party files a lawsuit, we can represent you in court. In the business marketplace, several factors could cause problems such as incorrect data or substandard raw materials. You may have professional liability insurance that could be used to cover the costs of a settlement.


Breach of Contract by the Other Party

If the other party has violated the conditions of a contract, then you could file a lawsuit or request a private settlement. We would evaluate the problem and recommend the appropriate kind of legal action. A contract is a legal agreement that may need to be modified due to mitigating circumstances, such as incorrect information about costs or risk factors. Arbitration or negotiation can be used to develop a new agreement.



When you phone our office and say, “I’m in a contract dispute,” make sure to tell us which party is disputing the contract. We can handle the case if you have violated the conditions of the contract or if you are suing the other party for breach of contract.
A contract dispute could be resolved with the following:

– Arbitration
– Private settlement
– A new contract
– Mutual agreement for breaking the contract
– A lawsuit


The initial purpose of the contract was to establish an agreement for conducting business between two parties. If you or the other party want to break the contract, you can count on us to represent you in court




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