Connecticut Breach of Contract Attorneys

Detail-Oriented Approach to Resolving Contract Disputes

When two parties enter into a contract, there is no guarantee that disputes over the rights and obligations of each party will not occur in the future. At Raymond Law Group LLC in Glastonbury, Connecticut, we incorporate our experience, business savvy and innovative technology to help our clients enter and exit contracts and resolve related breach of contract disputes.

Those that breach written agreements must be held accountable. Conversely, if you are accused of a breach of contract, you need knowledge and aggressive advocacy on your side. Contact a Connecticut breach of contract attorney at 860-633-0580.

We Take Breach of Contract Claims Seriously

Breach of contract allegations can seriously damage the image of your business. An ex-employee or former business partner engaged in unfair trade practices can undo years of hard work. At Raymond Law Group LLC, we take breach of contract allegations seriously on your behalf.

Proactive Approach in Contract Preparation and Negotiation

Prior to entering into a contract, it is vitally important to negotiate the terms and conditions of an agreement. While this does not guarantee that a breach will not occur, careful planning and preparation can ensure that each party is fully aware of their responsibilities. Attention to detail is vital. Our seasoned business attorneys can serve in an advisory capacity in creating and reviewing contracts. We are able to represent your interests in negotiations, and when necessary, litigation.

Cutting-Edge Technology Used in Breach of Contract Cases

We use cutting-edge technology in our practice of business law, and know how to apply it to benefit our clients. Our streamlined process will save you money in legal costs related to the drafting of contacts and breach of contract cases.

Contact Our Contract Disputes Lawyers for Hartford and Surrounding Areas

Many of our breach of contract cases involve interference, severance, sale of assets, the Uniform Commercial Code, unfair trade practices, nondisclosure, trade secrets, nondisclosure agreements, confidentiality or noncompete issues. Contact us for more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer on a breach of contract case.