Settling Your Contract Disputes

At the Stone Law Group, we understand how crucial oral and written contracts can be to the health and growth of your company. Our experienced Georgia attorneys also know how difficult it can be to enforce the terms of a contract on your own. Legal assistance may be necessary for you to fight unfair business practices and reclaim what is rightfully yours.

When you enter into a contractual agreement with a person, small business or corporation, you have faith that the parties involved in the contract will uphold their end of the bargain. If you find yourself in a situation where the other party has not carried out agreed-upon responsibilities, it can cost your company valuable time and money.

Exploring Types Of Contractual Breaches

Whether you were not paid on time or your delivery failed to make it to its final destination, you may be legally entitled to compensation. Several types of contract breaches can occur, including:

  • Material breach: The other party does not carry out the responsibilities that are outlined in the contract.
  • Fundamental breach: You fail to meet a deadline because the other party did not meet its contractual obligations.
  • Anticipatory breach: The contract will be broken because there is no way that the other party will be able to complete its tasks within the time frame allotted in the contract.
  • Minor breach: Your contract has been completed on time, but there are minor discrepancies between the terms of the contract and what was actually performed.

You should be able to conduct business with honest people and companies. Don't let the unethical practices of others affect what you have worked so hard to build.

Holding People To Their Word

Our dedicated lawyers at the Stone Law Group in Atlanta are ready to listen to the circumstances surrounding your situation. We have created a legal team of passionate professionals who are highly accomplished in negotiations, litigation and upholding justice. Our reputation for excellence and high standards has helped us successfully litigate many contract breach cases.

Call our legal team today at 404-436-2766 to schedule a free initial consultation, or contact us online. We'll perform a comprehensive review of your case and help you determine which course of action may be best for your unique situation.