Breach of Contract: What Happens Next?

Breach of Contract

What happens next….?

When you enter into a business contract, you expect to hold up your end of the deal and expect the other party to honor their part, as well. When something goes wrong and the other party isn’t holding up their end of the deal, they have committed a breach of contract. So, what can you do against a business or party who has not upheld their end of the contract?

We can Help Fight to Uphold the Agreements Contained in your Contract

As your business lawyers, we can help you fight to have the details of your contract upheld. At Business Law Southwest, LLC we can help you:

  • Review the contract and help you understand what you are legally entitled to do, or the procedures that you must follow.
  • Send notice to the other party that the contract has been breached, and allow them to fix their mistake with a deadline
  • Follow up aggressively to ensure that the details of the contract are being upheld
  • Review your legal options and, if the other party has not responded or corrected their actions, potentially litigate to recover damages

Staying vigilant and paying attention to the details of your contract can help you to identify when your agreement has been breached and allows you to take action immediately.

Contact Us When your Contract has Been Breached

As your business lawyers, we will fight to make sure that your interests and rights are being protected. From your consultation to litigation, we are here to make sure that your contracts and agreements are being enforced. Contact us today at (505) 848-8581.

About dkochersberger:

Don Kochersberger is an attorney and partner of Slingshot, LLC, the parent company of Business Law Southwest, LLC, and Law 4 Small Business, P.C. He is licensed to practice law in New Mexico and Texas, and leads the firm's litigation practice.

Find all posts by dkochersberger


Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.


Member of Lawpact logo Business_Law_Southwest_LLC-DK-300 04.03.14 logoHarris Financial Law LinkBusiness Law Southwest BBB Business Review