The Attorneys from various specialties collaborate in our Mullen & Mullen Law Firm full-service law practice to create the best solution for your companies. Our legal team has aided countless businesses in arbitration, state, and federal court, whether as plaintiffs or defendants. We are prepared to fight for you whether you are just starting to think about suing, worried about being sued, or even in the middle of a lawsuit and need fresh counsel.
The Mullen & Mullen Law Firm advises scheduling a free initial appointment to review your legal situation. We believe that speaking with an attorney is the quickest way to assess our experience with the problem you are facing and gain insight into our trial strategy for your case because our attorneys have represented a diverse mix of businesses and handled a wide range of legal matters on their behalf. Understanding how courts settle contract disputes is essential to succeeding in a disagreement over a contract, whether you’re the plaintiff or the defendant. The “four corners of the contract,” or reading the contract according to what it says, will be used by courts first to reduce the claim to the lowest common denominator and settle the conflict. If the contract is oral or ambiguous, the court will employ extrinsic evidence to ascertain the parties intentions. Understanding your trial strategy goals is the key to every contract dispute. Based on an honest assessment of the claims, our attorneys collaborate with client Mullen & Mullen Law Firm to determine whether an aggressive trial approach or one that seeks to reduce costs is ideal. We are prepared to fight whether your adversary is another company, a client, or a vendor.
Three things are accomplished by a correctly drafted contract, license, or other agreement. It is first written so that all of the conditions of the agreement are clear to both parties. Second, it safeguards your legal right to have the contract enforced if the other party violates it. Finally, a well-written contract helps minimize your risks and lower the expense of litigation and legal fees if the agreement sues you. Contract drafting requires careful planning and preparation. The contract you sign could significantly impact your life years or decades from now, even though it may not seem like it at the time.
Mullen & Mullen Law Firm employs a cross-disciplinary approach to solve your challenge, drawing from a wide range of experiences throughout the law company. We can thus help you if there is a construction dispute between the owner, the contractor, or a subcontractor or if you are a commercial landlord who needs to evict a tenant. Similarly, we have handled broker difficulties, enforced purchase and sale agreements, and filed quiet title lawsuits. Our real estate and construction attorneys have probably assisted customers with similar issues and difficulties. To discuss your situation and find out how other clients have handled similar issues, get in touch with us for a free consultation in the state of Texas.
We have the knowledge to assist whether your issue with the government is brand-new or has been simmering for some time. Our lawyers have successfully resolved many situations and helped our corporate clients move forward. The government has considerable influence over enterprises and their owners while moving slowly and having an unlimited budget. Please get in touch with us if you have a government issue.