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Dispute Resolution

Dispute Attorneys in New York

Contract Disputes

Maybe the goods are two weeks late, which puts you behind schedule. Or perhaps, despite repeated promises over the phone, you still haven’t been paid for services rendered. No two contracts are alike, nor are solutions to contract disputes. Contact Law Offices of Patricia G. Micek and we can help you protect your interests.

It’s possible to settle contract disputes in a number of ways. The most common is to pay money damages to the wronged party, putting them in the position they were in before the breach. Another way is to compel the party to fulfill their end of the contract, also known as specific performance. We can also seek to cancel the contract or craft a quasi-contractual agreement as a compromise.

We have helped countless settle their differences. If you’re having a problem with someone not delivering on their promises, or someone is accusing you of breach of contract, you need a qualified lawyer on your side.

Dispute Resolution

Whenever there’s a contract dispute, you want to resolve it quickly, so you can get back to running your . There are many ways to resolve a dispute. Often, one consultation and a strongly-worded letter from me is all you need. We’ve been extremely successful in resolving disputes for my clients without the expense of litigation. However, we are willing to fight for you all the way through a trial if that’s what it takes. Still, going to trial is not the only way..

Other alternatives include:

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
  • Arbitration
  • Mediation
  • Settlements

Often, the other side of the dispute wants to avoid litigation just as much as you do. If you’re facing a contract dispute, call us. With our guidance, we can help you resolve this conflict and get you back to running your . We serve in New York City and Westchester County, including Yonkers, Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, and Scarsdale.

Contact a dispute attorney for a free initial 5-minute phone consultation..