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Contracts And Contract Disputes

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Contracts and Contract Disputes

As a business owner, you most likely know the importance of getting everything in writing. However, when it comes to drafting legal documents, you should pay particular attention to the language in them.  What seems apparent to you, may be interpreted entirely differently when reviewed by experienced contract lawyers.  More importantly, you may find yourself disappointed when it comes to contract disputes.

As experienced Ocean County contract lawyers, the Law Offices of DiFrancia & DeDona P.C. drafts contracts in compliance with New Jersey statutory and regulatory requirements.  Our goal is to give you peace of mind while you are busy with your business pursuits.

The term contract is broad-based and covers a number of types of agreements. Contracts are essential for all business aspects beginning with the business formation.  For example, consideration should be given to partnership, shareholder, or operating agreements.  Additionally, contracts should be executed to formalize business succession or sales, when asset or stock purchase agreements are required. 

When else are contracts necessary?  Anytime your business offers goods or services you should have a signed contract outlining your agreement.   In that case, the purpose of a contract is to protect your business and make sure you are paid in accordance with your expectations.

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Different Types of Contracts

A properly drafted contract can tremendously contribute to your business success. Equally important, it may prevent many costly issues that could threaten your business along the way. Our Ocean County team of experienced contract lawyers will work hard to draft contracts that are perfectly tailored to your company’s specific needs. Here’s an overview of some of the most common and useful contracts we can help you with:

  • Partnership agreements;
  • Operating Agreements;
  • Shareholder agreements;
  • Employment agreements;
  • Non-compete and Non-disclosure agreements;
  • B2B and B2C contracts;
  • Purchase agreements;
  • Real estate contracts;
  • Business sale agreements;
  • Lease agreements;
  • Security agreements;
  • Vendor contracts;
  • Construction contracts
Besides drafting customized agreements, our contract attorneys can help you examine and interpret your existing contracts the right way. We will thoroughly go through your contract to the tiniest detail and provide you with a detailed report. 

Contract Dispute Lawyers New Jersey 

First, let us assure you.  It’s certainly better that your contracts are committed to writing, but we understand that you may have entered into some oral agreements.  Although you’ve heard the old adage that verbal contracts are only as good as the paper it’s written on, that doesn’t necessarily mean they can’t be disputed.  Our lawyers can help you determine the proposed outcome of all types of contract disputes.

At the Ocean County Law Offices of DiFrancia & DeDona P.C., we understand that contract breaches and disputes may be an inevitable part of every business.  Whether you or someone else is in breach of contract, you need experienced legal advice to help you end a contract dispute in your favor.  As experienced contract dispute lawyers, we attempt to do so with the least possible exposure and expense.

When you visit our office regarding any contract disputes, we will carefully examine your situation and discuss the potential outcome.  As our client, we consider your business reputation and success to be of utmost importance.

Experienced Contract and Contract Dispute Attorneys

A contract can be a powerful business tool in the right hands. If you want the best contracts for your business, you will benefit from experienced contract lawyers to draft them.  Our office will also review your existing agreements to ensure they work in your best interests.  Additionally, our contract dispute attorneys will be there in the case of any breach of contract disputes.  Contact the Law Offices of DiFrancia & DeDona P.C. to set up a meeting to see how we can help.