A contract, whether verbal or in writing, is a legally binding agreement enforceable in a court of law. In order to have a legally enforceable agreement, the law requires that both parties be competent and there needs to be an offer, acceptance and consideration. A breach of a contract occurs when one party fails to abide by the terms of the contract.
When considering whether to enter into a contract, it is vital to consult an attorney who is experienced in the area of contract law. The Law Offices of Williams & Scheetz has a vast amount of experience in drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts, including:
Unfortunately, entering into a contract does not necessarily guarantee that both parties will perform all of their duties and responsibilities under the contract. If you are a party to a contract, and you believe that the other party has committed a breach, you should consult an attorney to discuss what steps should be taken to enforce your rights. Based on our years of experience in contract law, our firm is well equipped to enforce contracts when there has been a breach. If the matter can not be resolved amicably between the parties, we are prepared to enforce your contractual rights in a court of law. Please call our office at 215-322-7340 to schedule a free consultation.
Williams & Scheetz
935 Second Street Pike,
Richboro, PA 18954-1549
Phone: (215) 322-7340
Fax: (215) 322-0237
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