When conducting any kind of business or entering into an agreement with another party, a contract may be necessary to clarify the terms of the transaction or agreement. While it may seem like many of these instances should not require something so formal, it would be a mistake to assume that both parties have the same set of expectations and understandings regarding even a fairly simple matter. A well-crafted contract can ensure that all relevant details of the contractual relationship are clarified and that there is a document of record to which each party may refer for the sake of accountability.
Before you sign any contract, it is advisable to have a skilled and experienced attorney review the proposed agreement to ensure that you will not unwittingly compromise your interests. Whether you need assistance with the creation, review, or enforcement of a contract, we can help. Contact attorney William Jang of the Law Office of William Jang, PLLC, at 512-323-2333.
Common Points of Contract Contention
Contracts are chiefly an instrument of accountability, but despite the existence of a contractual agreement, people or businesses may fail to adhere to the established terms. This may be intentional, accidental, or due to a differing interpretation about what a specific clause means. Some of the most common points of contract contention that may require the assistance of an attorney to settle are:
- The nature and extent of services to be performed or products to be delivered
- The amount and terms of payment
- The timeline for the execution of the matter
- The mode of recourse if either party fails to uphold its part of the agreement
We are prepared to assist with any contract-related legal questions you may have. Contact William Jang at the Law Office of William Jang, PLLC, at 512-323-2333 today for more information.