Danville Breach of Contract Lawyer
Legal Counseling for Small Businesses
Carter Craig, Attorneys at Law, represents small- and medium-sized businesses throughout Southside Virginia. We serve as small business legal counselors during the entire life of a business entity — from formation through the daily business operations and on to any eventual dissolution of the business, whether through estate planning, dissolution of a partnership or the sale of the business to another owner.
Our business clients rely on us for practical and strategic advice for many business-related matters:
- how to respond to a breach of contract dispute
- whether to form a corporation, an LLC, a non-profit or a partnership when starting a business (entity selection)
- analyzing whether an offer for business sale or purchase is acceptable
Contracts and Legal Agreements: The Foundation of Every Business
A business is as strong as its people are; a business is also as strong as its contracts are. Carter Craig‘s lawyers take professional pride in the ability of our attorneys to draft and negotiate strong business contracts to cover a wide variety of business transactions:
- Corporate formation documents
- Business purchase contracts
- Commercial leases
- Distribution and sale contracts
- Covenants not to compete
- Confidentiality agreements
- Business sale agreements
Business Disputes: Assertive Dispute Resolution
Any contract can be breached or broken, no matter how well it is written. If one party to a business agreement chooses to not comply with its terms, the breach of contract may be inevitable. However, money damages are usually available to the non-breaching party.
Carter Craig‘s business law attorneys advise our business clients on a wide variety of matters involving breaches of contract. While we are skilled negotiators, we have the aggressive litigation skills necessary to protect our clients’ interests in court.
Contact Carter Craig Today
A law firm in continuous business for more than 50 years must be doing something right. Immediate and confidential consultations are available to answer your business law questions. Call us toll-free at (866) 605-6017 or contact us online .