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Breach of Contract Attorney in Daphne

Handling Business & Contract Disputes in Alabama

Contracts are considered one of the most important parts of any type of business. When a contract is broken or disputed, it can negatively impact a company’s daily operations and profitability. If you have experienced a breach of contract, you need the legal assistance of a knowledgeable and skilled attorney.

Attorney Elizabeth A. Citrin has the extensive experience and skills you need to fight for all of the rights your contract guaranteed. She can evaluate your case, determine all of your available legal options, and help you obtain the best results possible. Her goal is to resolve your contract dispute as quickly and cost-effectively as possible—so you can focus on running a successful company.

Proving Breach of Contract

In order to succeed in a breach of contract case, you must prove a valid contract existed in the first place. Once it is proven that a contract exists, you must next prove that there was a legitimate breach.

Contract breaches happen in various ways, and typically involve one party refusing to follow through with their end of the deal. For instance, with regard to service contracts, a breach may happen if one party fails to pay the other for services or if one party fails to perform the services it was paid to perform. In business contracts regarding purchase and sale of a business, a breach may occur if the selling company misled the purchasing company by failing to disclose its true financial standing.

The following are the common remedies for breach of contract:

  • Compensatory damages – A monetary award to substitute what was promised by the terms of the contract.
  • Restitution – An order for the breaching party to pay back the other party the amount paid initially to make the aggrieved party “whole” again.
  • Specific performance – Forcing the breaching party to perform the service or deliver the goods that were promised in the contract.
  • Punitive damages – Meant to punish the breaching party if the breach is especially heinous.

Let’s Discuss Your Case Today!

Contract law can be complex and there are specific procedures and deadlines for breach of contract claims. Whether it’s representing a large or small business, Attorney Elizabeth A. Citrin can help you reach your desired outcome.

For more information, contact us and schedule a consultation.