Thursday, May 15th, 2014 | Author:

Contact a lawyer when you are unsure of your contract rights

People often forego the advice of an attorney before executing a contract because they do not believe that the other party is going to breach the agreement.  Sometimes, though, circumstances arise that cast into doubt what the respective parties’ rights and obligations are under that contract or agreement.  When those rights and duties are unclear, it creates a ripe situation for one party to believe that the other person/entity breached the agreement and this, of course, could lead to litigation.  When in doubt, we fully believe that a party to a contract should consult an attorney before acting in order to minimize the risk of a breach.  Kelsky Law, P.A., is happy to review contracts/agreements for clients to help them determine their rights.

This article does not constitute legal advice or the formation of an attorney-client relationship, and is not for re-publication without express permission of the author.

Brad Kelsky