Being involved in any type of dispute is stressful and we know that most people do not understand the laws and what rights they may have under the law. That is why so many people in Georgia turn to B Bullard Law Firm, LLC for help when they are facing possible legal problems.
Contract Disputes in Georgia
Contracts spell out the legal responsibilities between parties. When a contract is breached, you could be facing financial losses, damage to your reputation and you will likely lose trust in the company or person who has broken their agreement. We can help you with a whole range of contract dispute issues including:
- Bills of sale or purchase and sale agreement disputes
- Lease disputes
- Insurance contract disputes
- Contracts for services disputes
If you are uncertain if we can help you with the specific type of contract you are in the midst of a dispute with, do not hesitate to contact us. For the most part, if you have a written contract with another person or business for products or services, we may be able to help settle the dispute.
Landlord / Tenant Disputes
Under Georgia law, both landlords and tenants have very specific rights and responsibilities. Too often, these relationships are strained when one party feels the other has not acted in a manner consistent with their agreement. In these cases, it may be necessary to get an attorney involved to ensure your rights are protected. We provide a range of services to both landlords and tenants including:
- Security deposit refund issues
- Lease agreement problems
- Unlawful eviction by landlord
- Unpaid rent issues
When dealing with a tenant or a landlord who is not living up to the agreement you need an experienced attorney who will take the time to review the lease agreement, get a basic understanding of the issues and provide you with your available options.
Before a disagreement gets so out of hand the only option is litigation, contact B Bullard Law Firm, PLLC. In many cases, we can help you find a resolution that will be more timely and more cost effective than litigation. Because every situation is unique, we will need to review your agreements, understand how and why a breach occurred and determine how the law applies to your situation.
When it is not possible to settle a contract or settle a dispute between a landlord and tenant out of court, we will aggressively protect your rights in court. When you are facing contract issues in Clayton County, Fayette County and Henry County or anywhere across the state of Georgia, you can count on the representation of a skilled attorney from B Bullard Law Firm, PLLC. Call our offices today at (678) 432-1100.