Experienced Texas Contract Lawyers in Bastrop
The Texas contract attorneys at the Law Office of Derek R. Van Gilder have the experience you need to draft clear and enforceable contracts for your business transactions.
A clear and effective contract is one of the most important precautions you can take to protect your interests in a sales transaction, contract labor agreement or other arrangement in which another party's failure to keep their promises might potentially cost you a significant amount of money or cause you legal problems. Obtaining a contract to protect your interests is the safe and prudent thing to do.
Breach of Contract Lawyers
When it is necessary to enforce your rights under a contract, the breach of contract lawyers at the Law Office of Derek R. Van Gilder will aggressively protect your legal rights. Texas law sets out the procedures required to enforce a contract and, in most cases, the right to recover attorney fees against the party who breached the contract.
Contract enforcement can often be accomplished without the necessity of filing a lawsuit. However, if it is necessary to file a lawsuit in your case, the Bastrop contract lawyers at the law office of Derek R. Van Gilder have the contract litigation experience you need to protect and enforce your legal rights.
Defense in Breach of Contract Cases
Is another party claiming that you breached a valid contract? Has a lawsuit been filed against you for breach of contract? If so, Texas law provides that you may be liable for performing your duties under the contract and/or for paying money damages to the party making the claim against you. Additionally, you may be liable for payment of the other party's attorney fees and court costs.
It is important that you hire an experienced breach of contract defense lawyer to protect your legal rights as soon as possible. The breach of contract defense lawyers at the law office of Derek R. Van Gilder will aggressively defend your legal rights in order to avoid an adverse judgment when possible, or to defeat or minimize the amount of money damages you could become obligated to pay.