The Trembly Law Firm understands the importance of protecting both your individual and business needs. Therefore, we help our Clients by drafting documents to fit and protect those needs. While other companies may turn to templates to draft their clients’ contracts, the Trembly Law Firm focuses on designing a contract that fits your specific, individual needs and concerns. The Trembly Law Firm has experience dealing with varying legal contract matters, including:

  •   Business contracts
  •   Lease and purchase agreements
  •   Non-compete and confidentiality agreements
  •   Financing contracts
  •   Commercial real estate contracts
  •   Contractor, subcontractor, and other real estate development contracts
  •   Shareholder, partnership, and LLC operating agreements
  •   Employment/Independent contractor agreements


South Miami Breach of Contract Lawyer

When a dispute arises, parties will generally depend upon the contract to find a resolution. However, legal disputes may ensue when the contract does not provide such a resolution. This is an unfortunately all-too-common scenario for the parties to the contract, as disputes are often unforeseeable at the time the contract is formulated. You need the best legal representation to ensure your rights are not neglected in such a dispute. The Trembly Law Firm provides a business contract attorney that can help you gain a complete understanding of the contract dispute and the surrounding circumstances, and ensure you do not lose any of your rights. Every contract dispute is different. We will work with you every step of the way to ensure your rights are realized to the fullest extent of the law.

Take preventive measures, and protect you and your business from future liability. Whether it is drafting a contract, reviewing the language, or embarking on a new business venture, a business litigation attorney at Trembly Law Firm has the knowledge and experience to resolve your contract dispute.

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