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Breach of Contract

Fort Worth, TX Breach of Contract Lawyer

A breach of contract occurs when one of the parties to the agreement fails to fulfill their obligations according to the terms of the contract. This can lead to financial loss, property loss, and other consequences for one or both parties. Efforts to resolve the matter can involve initial discussions, negotiations with or without the assistance of attorneys, or, as a last resort, the filing of lawsuits in civil court. Breach of contract lawsuits generally seek financial damages or court orders directing the at-fault party to do or not do certain actions as a legal remedy to the dispute. 

If you are facing such a contract dispute in your small business, you can turn to our Fort Worth, TX breach of contract attorney at the Law Office of Jason Brown for assistance. We are here to serve small business owners through the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area with all of their business needs. In breach of contract matters, we can assist by working to enforce the other party to take whatever actions are necessary to uphold the contract or file a civil suit to collect appropriate damages. Conversely, if you have had a breach of contract claim filed against you, we can help with your defense. 


Discuss your case in a free initial consultation with our Fort Worth breach of contract attorney by contacting us via our online contact form or by calling the Law Office of Jason Brown at (817) 900-3892. We serve clients throughout the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area.


Breach of Contract Cases in Texas

Violation of any of the terms by either party in a contract generally constitutes a breach of contract. However, in some cases, the actions or inactions on the part of a party to a contract may or may not rise to the serious level of a legal breach. In many instances, especially those in which a contract has not been drafted or reviewed by a lawyer, the language of the contract may be ambiguous, the actual terms unclear, or contingencies that could arise unaccounted for. Thus, the parties can misunderstand the terms or obligations and decide that the contract has been breached.

Attorney Jason Brown can thoroughly review the situation to determine if your contract has been legally breached or if you have been wrongly accused of such a breach. If it has been breached, he can help you take action to resolve the matter without immediately resorting to stressful and costly litigation. This can be done through communication efforts or strategic negotiation to help bring about a meeting of minds. 

Where the above alternative resolution methods fail, our firm can help you file a claim in court to recover the financial damages you have suffered or to force the breaching party to perform whatever actions are required to fulfill contract obligations. As the non-breaching party, to win such a case you will need to prove to the court that the breaching party‚Äôs actions or inactions resulted in material damage to you. To defend against such a claim, you will have to show that the non-breaching party did receive a material benefit or that the contract proved to be invalid. 

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