The ability of individuals, corporations, and other entities to enter into binding and legally enforceable contracts is an integral part of doing business today. The contract law attorneys at Stubbs Cole have years of experience in drafting enforceable agreements across a wide range of areas of the law that our clients can rely on. Whether you’re an individual, a small business, or a large scale enterprise, we understand that well-drafted, thorough contracts can help avoid litigation in the future should a dispute arise.

Contract Drafting and Negotiation

When entering into a contract, it is important that it accomplishes your goals to the greatest extent possible. In addition to drafting various contracts and agreements, the contract law attorneys at Stubbs Cole have the experience to negotiate on your behalf to create an agreement that is advantageous to your goals and minimizes your exposure to liability. Our law firm assists clients with the drafting and negotiation of a wide range of contracts, including but not limited to the following:

  • Business and corporate law
  • Employment contracts
  • Contracts between businesses
  • Consumer contracts
  • Contracts between individuals
  • Promissory notes
  • Real estate
  • Construction contracts

Contract Enforcement

The interpretation and enforcement of contracts is one of the most common areas of litigation. Although carefully crafted contracts reduce the likelihood of litigation, they cannot guarantee that everyone with whom you have contracted will hold up his or her end of the bargain. Because we litigate, draft, and negotiate contracts at Stubbs Cole, we are aware of the common areas of disputed agreements. As experienced contract law attorneys, we can advise you regarding how to mitigate your exposure in contractual relationships, draft enforceable agreements, and purse enforcement of contracts through litigation.


Secure your dispute through an attorney

If you have a contract dispute with another business or individual, it is important to consult an experienced contract law attorney. Our contract law attorneys can answer your breach of contract questions today. Call Stubbs Cole in Durham, North Carolina for a consultation or fill out the contact form on this page.