Contract disputes

Munro Byrd, P.C. – Virginia Trial Practice

Contracts are very important tools to govern business and professional relationships. Their goal is to map out rights and obligations to prevent disputes. But when the parties disagree—or when someone breaches a contractual obligation that injures you or threatens your rights—you need a lawyer who carefully analyzes the document, and understands how to advocate for the interpretation that best accomplishes your goals.

Each state has a number of statutes or case precedents that create “rules” on how contract language is interpreted and applied. Contractual language is frequently ambiguous and in some cases, illegal under the applicable state laws. Your rights are important to you. Before you make important decisions, you need to have a thorough understanding of what they mean and how a court might apply them.

Munro Byrd, P.C. brings a wealth of experience to the analysis and litigation of contract-related rights. We have tried numerous contract claims to successful verdict, in settings involving battling businesses as well as individuals seeking to enforce their rights or evade restrictions. More often, we are able to advocate and negotiate a resolution that avoids all that trouble, saving time and money, and avoiding risk. We design a strategy to get you to the finish line the fastest, and achieve your primary objectives.

Contact us to describe your situation, and ask us your questions. We can discuss your goals, and discuss what sort of billing arrangement makes sense. And typically, we will not charge you for that consultation.

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