Contract Litigation Lawyer For Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and Monroe Counties
As an attorney with over twenty-five years of experience serving the business community of South Florida, Paul M. Kade knows that the best way to avoid contractual disputes is to thoroughly understand what the client expects from the transaction and to provide for the necessary remedies in case a dispute develops between the parties after the agreement is entered into. Paul M. Kade will consult with you to review or, if necessary, amend or redraft a pending contract so that both you totally understand what obligations are being assumed and rights granted in order to avoid any future misunderstandings or surprises To schedule an initial consultation, contact us at (305) 670-6929
Contracts in the State of Florida
Before you sign any legal document, it is important to not only know the meaning of the words in the document, but also what may not have been included. You might agree with what you are signing, but still be unaware of loopholes or statutory restrictions that might have been ignored. In order to know that you have a fair and comprehensive contract, you need to rely on the services of a reputable, professional contract lawyer—one who has the experience to recognize all of the items that should be included in any business agreement.
All contracts should contain the following elements:
- An offer
- An acceptance
- Consideration – something of value that passes between the parties
- Precise description of the goods or services involved
- Specific provisions for price and terms of payment
- Intention of legal consequences if either party violates the agreement
Just because a contract satisfies these requirements, however, does not mean that it is an effective, legally binding document. The way the contract is written and the language contained in the document need to clearly answer all questions to the satisfaction of both parties. What if one of the parties is unable to fulfill its obligations? Is arbitration an acceptable alternative to litigation? Will the arbitration be binding? When you have of the Law Offices of Paul M. Kade on your side, Mr. Kade will personally review your contract documentation. He will then make recommendations as to whether the contract requires modifications or addenda. In the end, with your input, Mr. Kade will produce a contract that will not only suit your particular need, but will also be enforceable in a Florida civil court.
Professional Contract Reviews in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and Monroe Counties
If you own or represent a business, it is imperative that your contractual agreements are understandable and enforceable. The Law Offices of Paul M. Kade can help ensure that your business operations run smoothly through enforceable contractual obligations. To schedule an appointment at the Law Offices of Paul M. Kade, contact us at (305)670-6929.