Resolving Complex Contract Disputes
Founded in 1978, The Law Firm of Peters & Wasilefski has over 30 years of experience representing businesses, insurers and individuals involved in contract disputes. With our skill and knowledge, we can provide effective resolutions to complex contract matters, including business-to-business, employer/employee and individual disputes, as well as other arrangements.
If you are involved in a contract dispute, contact us to discuss your legal matter. From resolving partnership disputes to breach of contract issues, our attorneys work hard to devise innovative strategies and provide aggressive representation in our efforts to protect our clients’ interests.
Types Of Disputes
Causes of contract disputes vary, but often include issues related to:
- Confidentiality (non-compete) agreements
- Sales contracts
- Operating agreements
- Buy-sell agreements
- Leasing agreements
- Service agreements
- Warranties and guarantees
- Insurance coverage
- Construction contracts
- Rights to oil, gas or other natural resources
Whatever the cause of your dispute, we offer the sound legal advice and representation you need to obtain a favorable outcome.
Resolving Disputes Amicably
Our legal approach is designed to reach a favorable outcome amicably, avoiding costly and time-consuming litigation whenever possible. Rather than leaving the outcome in the hands of a judge, we encourage clients to pursue mediation or other means of dispute resolution so that they have control over the final result. Our attorneys will assist you in identifying issues and obtaining a negotiated settlement that is workable for all the parties involved.
Peters & Wasilefski also has trained mediators and arbitrators on staff. They are available to participate as mediators and arbitrators in cases where you are unrepresented or represented by an attorney from another office.
Contact Us To Learn More
We are committed to offering high-quality legal representation to both plaintiffs and defendants in contract disputes. Contact our firm to learn more about how we can help you resolve the issue in the most cost-effective and amicable way. The earlier you reach out to us, the less chance your case will require litigation.