Common Questions Asked of a Contract Attorney

  • How long do I have to decide to whether to sue someone for breach of contract?
  • Are oral contracts enforceable?
  • Should I agree to arbitrate my contractual disputes?
  • Can I sue a non-Colorado resident or business in Colorado?
  • Can a non-lawyer corporate representative represent a corporation in Court?
  • What terms are required to make a legally enforceable contract?
  • What must be established to assert a breach of contract action in Colorado?
  • How do you measure the damages to be awarded in a breach of contract action?
  • How long will it take my lawsuit to get to trial?
  • Can I recover the attorneys’ fees that I spend if I win?
  • Can the firm take my breach of contract case on a contingency fee?
  • What is the difference between mediation and arbitration?
  • Can I sue the owner(s) of the corporation or limited liability company (LLC) if the corporation or LLC has no money?
  • Why You Would Need A Contract Attorney
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