Breaches of Contract
Contracts are essential to the successful operation of your business. Their goal is to foster a strong relationship between multiple entities. When one or more parties often fail to hold up their end of the agreement—without legal excuse—a breach of contract arises.
Not only do breaches of contract cause you headaches as a business owner, but they also cause you to lose valuable time and energy you could be using to run your operation. There are five categories used to describe breaches of contract:
- Minor breaches
- Material breaches
- Anticipatory breaches
- Fundamental breaches
- Actual breaches
Schedule a free consultation with Attorney Hoch today. He can explain these categories and answer any questions you may have about your breach of contract case.
Disagreements are part of life. However, when they’re between two or more business partners, resolving them favorably is much more crucial. The outcome of a partnership dispute will affect not only the parties involved but their families and employees as well.
Not every business relationship is built to last, but that doesn’t mean your livelihood has to suffer. Partnership disputes can spark from a variety of factors, such as:
- One partner wants to move on
- Several partners wanting to remove another partner
- Arguments over profits
- Declining revenue
- Shareholder agreements
- Insufficient partnership agreements
- Differences in business or management styles
- Differences in opinions over the trajectory of the business
If you’ve found yourself in the midst of a partnership dispute in Dallas, Texas, reach out to Attorney Tim Hoch today. He’ll work to help you and other parties reach a logical solution. Start moving forward with a knowledgeable legal partner.
Why Hire a Business Litigation Attorney?
You’ve worked hard to build a business you’re proud of. Don’t let a lawsuit get in the way of its success. As a business owner himself, Attorney Tim Hoch understands the aspects at risk during business litigation cases. His approach as a business litigation attorney is different from most. He will work to create a direct, cost-effective strategy geared toward your needs. Most often, he works on a contingency basis.
Attorney Tim Hoch works to achieve the best possible results for his clients in the shortest amount of time. He skillfully handles business litigation cases involving breaches of fiduciary duty, collections, and more. From his office in Fort Worth, he proudly represents individuals and businesses throughout North Texas. If you live in Dallas, Arlington, Denton, or McKinney, schedule a free consultation with Hoch Law Firm, PC today.