Cape Coral Attorney, Scott Morris 1

BUSINESS CONTRACTS AND CONTRACT DISPUTE LAWYER

Cape Coral Contracts Attorney Scott Morris puts his experience as a Contract Dispute and other Business and Corporate Law Lawyer to work for those in Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Naples, Bonita Springs, Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Immokalee, Labelle, Lee County, Collier County, Charlotte County, Hendry County, and throughout Southwest Florida.

Call 239.772.1635 today to schedule a confidential consultation with Attorney Scott Morris about your legal rights, options and goals involving a Contract Dispute or other Business and Corporate Law issues or disputes.

Business, corporate and commercial entities of all sizes as well as individuals, inherently must deal with contracts. In today's business world, in order to conduct business with vendors, suppliers, manufacturers, and many other types of businesses, a contract is involved.

It is important to ensure that any contract you create or sign has your best interest in mind, and that your legal rights are protected.

The legal standing that you have regarding the language or requirements of a contract may have a direct impact on your business and your ability to conduct business at an optimal level of performance.

Before you sign any contract, let us review the language of the contract to ensure you are fully aware of your responsibilities, as well as the other party.

When there is a breach of contract, it may adversely affect you business, and even impede your ability to function at an optimum business capacity. Our law office can thoroughly review your business contract, determine what your legal standing is regarding the dispute, formally inform the other party that a breach of contract has occurred, and aggressively represent your rights in an effort to resolve the breach of contract issue prior to a civil litigation trial.

If the other party chooses not to comply with the terms of the contract, we will represent you and your business in civil litigation, seeking compliance of the contract and/or damages when the situation dictates such action.

Three elements must be satisfied to prove that a breach of contract has occurred and that you are entitled to damages:

  1. Existence of a Valid Contract: First, you must prove that a valid contract exists. A written contract signed by all parties will likely satisfy this requirement. Verbal Contract Disputes, while difficult to prove, sometimes do stand up in court if the evidence and witness statements support that a contract did exists between the parties involved;

  2. A Material Breach Of Contract Has Occurred: Next, you have to show the court that the breach was major (material) and not minor;

  3. Damages: In order to seek and recover damages for a breach of contract, you must prove that you or your company sustained monetary damages as a direct result of the breach of contract.

We always provide

"Vigorous Pursuit of our Client's Legal Rights With Integrity and Common Sense."

If have questions or need to address legal issues relating to a contract dispute or other business and corporate law needs, seek the legal advice and representation of an aggressive contract dispute attorney. At Morris Law Firm, P.A., you will work with an experienced lawyer who is dedicated to protecting the legal rights of those in Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Naples, Bonita Springs, Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Immokalee, Labelle, Lee County, Collier County, Charlotte County, Hendry County and Southwest Florida.

Call 239.772.1635 to discuss your legal rights, options, and needs.

Call 239.772.1635 to discuss your Contract Dispute or other Business and Corporate Law legal rights, options, and needs.

Serving the Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Naples, Bonita Springs, Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Immokalee, Labelle, Lee County, Collier County, Charlotte County, Hendry County and Southwest Florida areas with professional Contract Dispute Attorney & Lawyer legal services.

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