A "contract" is a legally binding agreement made between two or more parties (individuals, companies, corporations, or government organizations). While many valid contracts can be entirely verbal, most contracts must be in writing in order to be enforceable. A contract attorney can help craft a secure contract that is beneficial to all parties involved, as well as legally binding, protecting the best interests of the parties.
Effective contract negotiation necessitates a thorough knowledge and understanding of contract terms and their implications. On the other hand, a breach of contract is when one party does not fulfill his/her/its obligations under the agreement. Lawsuits and the court system are the most common means of resolving breach of contract lawsuits, though there are alternative methods, such as mediation. A contract lawyer can aid in drafting or negotiating a contract, contesting a contract, handling a breach of contract, and any other facet of contract law.