Breach of Contract

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Expert Breach of Contract Attorneys in Atlanta, Georgia

Business contracts and legal agreements serve as the foundation of all business operations, clearly defining the responsibilities of all parties involved. However, not all contracts are perfectly drafted, and it can be challenging for any agreement to foresee every possible situation. A breach of contract occurs when one party fails to fulfill their obligations under an enforceable agreement, causing harm to the other party. Since no one enters a contract intending to violate it, understanding the consequences of a breach and knowing what remedies are available can be complex and daunting.

Act Now! There is a strict statute of limitations on breach of contract disputes. Don’t wait until it’s too late—secure the assistance you need to recover your losses today.

At Howe & Associates, we have been expertly handling breach of contract cases since 1985. Our dedicated team of attorneys has a proven track record of navigating thousands of contract disputes in court. When you work with a breach of contract lawyer from our firm, you’ll receive clear, confident advice about your rights and options regarding the specific agreement at issue. Whether it’s best to settle or take the matter to court, our attorneys will provide you with a strategic plan and actionable remedies tailored to your situation.

Comprehensive Breach of Contract Remedies

Understanding the various remedies available in breach of contract cases can be empowering. Here are some of the primary remedies that our attorneys can help you pursue:

Compensatory Damages
These cover the economic losses you’ve incurred due to the breach, aiming to put you in the financial position you would have been in had the breach not occurred.

Consequential or Incidental Damages
These are damages that were reasonably foreseeable at the time the contract was formed and have resulted from the breach.

Liquidated Damages
These are predefined damages specified within the contract itself, designed to motivate all parties to honor their commitments.

Punitive Damages
Rare but impactful, these damages serve as a monetary punishment for the party that violated the agreement.

Specific Performance
In unique cases, especially involving real estate transactions, the court may order the breaching party to fulfill their contractual obligations.

Other potential remedies include Rescission
Where both parties are excused from performing their part of the contract, and **Reformation**, where the contract is amended to better reflect the original intentions of the parties. Furthermore, if you prefer to avoid litigation, our breach of contract attorneys at Howe & Associates can represent you in dispute resolution, arbitration, or mediation.

With decades of experience and a deep commitment to protecting your business interests, Howe & Associates stand ready to provide you with expert legal support. Contact us today and let our seasoned attorneys guide you through resolving your breach of contract issues with confidence and clarity. Your success is our mission.

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