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Breach of Contract

The Law Offices of Jual F. Reyes Provides Experienced Breach of Contract Attorneys in Los Angeles To Assist Businesses and Individuals With Their Contractual Rights

The Law Offices of Jual F. Reyes has successfully handled diverse contractual disputes pertaining to breach of leases, breach of goods and services contracts, breach of employment contracts, and breach of purchase contracts, amongst others matters.


When a party signs a contract, it does so in good faith believing that the other contracting party will perform all conditions necessary to fulfill the ultimate objective of the contract. When the breaching party fails to perform all required conditions, the non-breaching party has the legal right to file a lawsuit for breach of contract. Other times, a lawsuit can be avoided by hiring an experienced attorney to review the terms of the contract to determine what performance, if any, is required under the contract. In fact, it is not uncommon for breach of contract matters to be settled by simply communicating a letter or phone call to the other contracting party.


The Law Offices of Jual F. Reyes has handled a number of breach of contract matters and has substantial experience pursuing the rights of those parties that lose the benefit of their contractual bargain. Furthermore, the firm has vast experience in drafting, amending, and reviewing contracts related to the needs of particular client transactions.


If you are being sued for breach of contract and need assistance, our firm will carefully review the contract at issue to determine all available defenses that can be asserted in your particular matter. More often than not, contracting parties are unaware that the contract at issue contains several provisions that are vague and can be construed in favor of the alleged breaching party. For example, if only one sentence of a contract is written vaguely or violates California law, the entire agreement may be void or voidable.


In light of the aforementioned, if you need assistance with a breach of contract lawsuit, or need a contract drafted and reviewed by an experienced attorney, please contact the Law Offices of Jual F. Reyes.