Contract Dispute Lawyer in Texas
Available 24/7 To Discuss Your Business Law Matter
As economies become increasingly connected and regulated, businesses of all sizes find themselves in more complex contractual relationships. Whether business or partnership disputes involve real estate issues, multiple parties, outside jurisdictions, or allegations of fraud, our firm is prepared to resolve difficult disputes swiftly and successfully.
Waltman & Grisham has spent decades advising a diverse clientele on ways to effectively resolve contract disputes in order to minimize negative impact on the health of a business. Our lawyers are familiar with the many types of contractual disputes that can arise, and we have the resources and experience to help our clients move past them and toward the path of profitability.
Complex Matters Demand Seasoned Representation
Our firm has been recognized as one of the region’s foremost litigation firms because we translate decades of combined experience, extensive resources, and a focus on foresight for our businesses clients into positive resolutions. During contract disputes, these attributes can be invaluable in helping businesses not only overcome the particular matter at hand, but also establishing a foundation for future success.
Why clients choose us:
- Award-Winning lawyers recognized by Texas Super Lawyers Magazine
- Two Board Certified Specialists by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
- Available 24/7 – clients have attorneys’ cell phone numbers
- Over 30 years in practice & decades of combined legal experience
Request A Consultation With A Proven Business Litigation Lawyer In Texas
With a focus on business litigation, our legal team has been able to accumulate extensive insight into this technical legal area and has developed the effective tools and strategies we consistently utilize on behalf of our clients.
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Waltman & Grisham
Serious Injury, Civil Trial, Family Law
1470 Copperfield Parkway
College Station, TX 77845
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