Contract Law Attorney in Southeast Georgia and Northeast Florida
Contracts are simply a way of life. Chances are, you’re able to read this content based on a contract you have entered into, whether it be through your cellphone or Internet service provider. Unfortunately, too many folks and businesses are too rushed for time or just assume that contracts are “just standard” and non-negotiable. This could not be further from the truth!
Actually, most contracts contain numerous errors, or template contracts make too many assumptions about the particular deal that aren’t true or, worse, put you or your business in jeopardy if the relationship should break down.
Contracts must be precisely written and carefully negotiated to address potential risks. Consumers and businesses need experienced legal counsel to write and negotiate excellent contracts on their behalf. We represent our clients in a sophisticated variety of consumer and business agreements.
Solution-Oriented Business Contract Lawyers
We offer comprehensive services to protect and preserve our clients’ interests, providing proactive personal and business transaction counsel. We work with local, domestic, and international clients in contract structuring, drafting, and negotiating, contract review, and legal audits of business forms.
- Service agreements
- Non-Compete, Non-Solicitation, and Confidentiality Agreements
- Employment contracts for employees
- Business operating agreements
- Limited liability company and partnership agreements
- Licensing agreements
- Other personal and business contracts
Our experience enables us to construct a wide variety of contracts that are effective and concise.
Business Disputes or Employment Disputes
Once a contract has been breached, you should consult with a breach of contract attorney at a business law firm as soon as possible. Every attempt should be made to resolve the contract dispute without a lawsuit to minimize potential legal fees. We have helped clients in a number of breach of contract cases, including:
- Failure to deliver promised goods
- Delivery of defective goods
- Failure to render promised services
- Failure to pay for goods delivered or services performed
- Failure to perform
- A construction project delay or defect
- A licensing agreement dispute
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Failure to comply with terms of a lease agreement
If you have any business law or breach of contract related issues, please contact McGhan Law, LLC, at 912-576-3640 for a consultation or schedule a consultation online. We will be pleased to assess your rights and remedies and help you form a plan of action to obtain positive results.