A Client-Centered Focus On All Cases
When most people think of “contracts,” they think of ironclad, formalized agreements, written in extremely formalized language (in triplicate) and respected deeply by everyone involved. However, this is not always the case. A contract is really any binding agreement between two or more parties. While many contracts are in writing, they do not always have to be. Written contracts and nonwritten contracts can all result in misunderstanding, disagreement, breach by one or more parties, or other significant problems.
When contract disputes arise, it is important to work with an experienced lawyer to help you protect your interests and obtain the best outcome possible.
Representing clients in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex of Texas, The DOYLE LAW Firm brings more than 10 years of legal experience and a strong client-centered focus to every case the firm handles. Founding attorney James J. Doyle, III, provides personalized service and responsiveness that can only be found from a small, boutique firm, backed by his years of experience in larger-law-firm settings. He is a strong, passionate advocate who will fight for your interests in the courtroom or at the negotiation table.
Understanding Contract Disputes
Any kind of an agreement, whether written or oral, can constitute a contract. However, not all contracts are enforceable, and even the contracts that are enforceable, not all have a monetary value that would make it worth the time and cost of litigation.
If someone has breached an agreement, it is possible that you have a valid, enforceable and valuable claim. The next question is: “how strong is your case?” If you have suffered from a breach of contract or if you have been accused of breach of contract, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible to get the sound advice to help you determine the best course of action.
North Texas contract dispute attorney James J. Doyle, III, has experience handling contract disputes. He will take the time to listen to your situation and help you understand your rights and options. If you have a case, he will fight for your interests aggressively regardless of whether you are the plaintiff or the defendant.