California business owners understand the importance of protecting their bottom line. One of the most effective means of doing so is to prepare a solid contract from the start. Contract negotiations and preparations are keys to success, especially because a well-drafted contract helps decrease the chances of dispute and can provide a strong foundation to go on if a disagreement does happen to arise.
In the construction industry, there are numerous types of contracts, including prime contracts, purchase orders, subcontracts and home improvement contracts. The more detailed a contract is regarding termination clauses, scheduling and change-of-order specifications, the less room there is for confusion or disputes. If a problem arises, the first place to turn to find a solution is the contract.
If the need for litigation arises
In a perfect world, a well-written contract would be all that is needed to ensure completion of a project and full payment for services provided. But even the best-drafted contracts are sometimes not enough to resolve complex issues that arise between the parties in a particular agreement. In such cases, one or more parties might decide that litigation is necessary to help solve the problem.
There is no need to go it alone in court
Construction litigation can be stressful for California business owners. Relying on an experienced legal team to speak and act on your behalf in court can help alleviate stress and ensure that your rights and financial interests are protected. The Law Offices of John R. Lobherr are dedicated to providing strong support in all aspects of contract law and construction litigation. You can schedule a consultation by accessing the contact form on our website.