What You Need to Know About Contract Disputes
Transactions today often require a written or verbal contract to solidify the agreement between the parties involved. When those parties agree to a contract, they are signifying that they will uphold the terms of the contract.
When one party fails to honor its contractual obligations, the party is in breach of contract resulting in a contract dispute. Often, people will pursue a lawsuit in an attempt to ensure the terms are met or recover any financial damages resulting from the breach.
Common contract disputes include, but are not limited to:
- Issues involving drafting and reviewing a contract
- Disputes over offer and acceptance
- Mistakes concerning the contract’s terms
- Disagreement over a technical term’s meaning or definition
- A party feeling forced or tricked into signing the contract
How Can We Help You?
What To Do Next
Contract disputes can often be complex and challenging, and it can be difficult to navigate the legal process to understand your rights. A contract dispute may impact your company, its operations and potentially your livelihood. In these situations, it is best to have a knowledgeable civil litigation attorney by your side.
Attorney Katherine G. Ferguson has been practicing law in the Lowcountry for more than a decade with a concentration in civil litigation. Her extensive background and knowledge will give you peace of mind and guide you through any potential obstacles.
If you’ve been named in a breach of contract lawsuit or believe another party has failed to honor its contractual obligations, you need to act quickly and consult an experienced contract dispute attorney. We invite you to contact the law offices of Ferguson & Ferguson, LLC to schedule a consultation at 843-470-4704.
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