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Bryan & College Station Contract Law Attorney

Streamline Your Business Litigation in Texas

Bruchez & Goss, P.C. is known throughout College Station and Bryan, Texas as the trusted law firm for business law and business litigation cases. As such, our attorneys are well-versed in contract law. If your business, company, or corporation needs help with creating or enforcing a contract, then you can count on us to represent you with respect, professionalism, and effective legal methods.

Call (979) 258-6673 to connect with our contract law attorneys today.

When Should You Make a Contract?

If you think about it, contracts are effectively the lifeblood of businesses. Every gear that turns in a company does so under the instructions and allowances of a contract, either internal or external.

Common contracts that your business likely has or needs:

  • Employment contracts
  • Vendor agreements
  • Nondisclosure agreements
  • Non-compete agreements
  • Sale or purchase contracts
  • Real estate contracts
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Business formation contracts

Our firm has experience in helping transfer mom-and-pop companies to multimillion-dollar companies. When you want to take your business in a new direction, or you want to do something your company has not done before, start by seeing if there is a contract that allows or disallows it. If there is no such contract but there should be one, come to our law firm to help make it. We use our extensive knowledge backed by decades of combined legal experience to ensure your business contracts are legally sound and benefit you and your company.

Cornerstones of the Average Business Contract

Every business contract is different from the next. The contracts that your company needs, for example, will naturally be different from a competitor. Or, you may even need multiple similar yet different contracts for your own internal records, such as employment contracts that change depending on the position. However, there are a few underlying basics to most contracts.

Every contract should have four basic components:

  • One party must offer something, such as employment to a prospective employee;
  • There must be a compromise from each party, like wages for hours of labor;
  • The non-offering party must accept the offer and compromise; and
  • Both parties must make a clear mutual agreement of intent through the contract

Contact Our Bryan & College Station Contract Lawyers Today

For the creation of new contracts, let Bruchez & Goss, P.C. and our Bryan and College Station contract law attorneys hammer out the details. When you have a preexisting contract that is breached or violated by another party, we can assist you with contract dispute services as well as litigation if necessary. Our attorneys can and will go to court and arbitration on claims related to one-man companies to non-compete claims worth many millions of dollars to the owners. The bottom line is we are here to help you protect your company’s bottom line through the careful creation and proper enforcement of contracts that uphold your best interests.

Learn more about contract law in Texas and how we can help by contacting us now.

Why Hire Bruchez & Goss, P.C.

  • Our Attorneys have over 100 years of combined experience.

  • We have extensive experience handling oil and gas cases.

  • Our Attorneys approach each case as if it were going to trial.

  • We have a high success rate in handling complex cases.