Representation for Breach of Contract Cases

Orange County Business Litigation Attorneys

Business contracts are formal agreements designed to help ensure that all parties and institutions named in the contract are held liable for their responsibilities (which are outlined in the formal, signed agreement). In many cases, having a solid business contract can help ensure the integrity of the business and help solidify a foundation of mutual trust.

While contracts are legally binding, a party can fail to uphold their end of the contract. In these cases, a trusted legal representative will be needed to address the matter appropriately. At The Mirkhan Law Firm, our Orange County business lawyers have proudly assisted countless individuals achieve the most from their contractual breaches, protecting the rights and integrity of the wronged party all the while.

If you find yourself facing any of the following concerns regarding a breach of contract, contact our firm right away.

  • Anticipatory breaches are almost exactly what they sound like - where one party has not yet breached the contract, but a breach is inevitable and the non-breaching party may be able to sue for damages that they directly or indirectly received.
  • Fundamental breaches can allow a non-breaching party to end the legal terms defined in a contract that was previously agreed between two parties.
  • Minor breaches of contract, including partial breaches and immaterial breaches, involve substantial performance and can only involve lawsuits that sue for actual damages.
  • Material breaches where one party that has experienced loss due to the breach may be able to receive damages by filing a lawsuit.

Litigation Lawyer Protecting Your Rights in Orange County

If you have been wronged by a breaching party involved in a contract, it is important that you retain our assistance. We can help fight for your rights and protect you in the event of a breach of contract. We are prepared to work diligently to help you receive a favorable, swift outcome to your case.

For more information on how our Orange County contractual breach lawyers can help you, contact The Mirkhan Law Firm today and schedule a consultation with a member of our team.