Contracts are the foundation for nearly every business and, as a result, often are at the center of business disputes. But businesses are not alone; this area of the law broadly affects individuals as well. In our modern society, we regularly enter into numerous contracts, sometimes without realization until a dispute arises. When this happens, you want an experienced contracts attorney who can efficiently and accurately identify the rights and obligations of each party.

Nonperformance or breach of contract can have serious financial consequences, ranging well beyond the terms of the agreement. In Arizona, for example, the prevailing party may be awarded reasonable attorney’s fees and costs in contract litigation. Additionally, punitive damages may be available in rare cases.

Our attorneys have handled virtually all types of contract disputes ranging from simple oral agreements to complex commercial transactions. More specifically, we have represented businesses and individuals in contract disputes involving:

  • Business Formation or Dissolution;
  • Employment Agreements;
  • Financial Agreements or Loans;
  • Franchising;
  • Homeowners Association (HOA) Disputes;
  • Leases (Commercial and Residential)
  • Licensing;
  • Noncompete Agreements;
  • Nondisclosure Agreements (NDAs);
  • Operating Agreements;
  • Partnership or Shareholder Disputes;
  • Prenuptial or Postnuptial Agreements;
  • Sale or Purchase Agreements; and
  • Tort Claims Involving Contracts

Our attorneys are committed to providing sensible representation and cost effective legal solutions. We aim to resolve each case as expeditiously and efficiently as possible. However, when litigation is unavoidable, our robust litigation practice offers our clients a competitive advantage. Our talented attorneys possess broad experience and an uncommon legal aptitude. We are unafraid to aggressively litigate when it serves our clients’ interests.

If you need a contract drafted, reviewed, or are involved in a dispute, contact one of our contract attorneys for a complimentary case evaluation.