In my mind, there are times and places for face-to-face meetings, for a telephonic conference with your attorney. I encourage any client, though, to strongly consider the use of email with your attorney. The number one reason is accountability.
Do you have to be under contract to be sued for breach of contract? By its very term, “breach of contract” presupposes the existence of a contract. Hence, the parties in a breach of contract case must be under contract or a valid, legal agreement. Perhaps a better way to frame [...]
When a landlord agrees to rent a piece of his property to a tenant, he and the tenant execute a document called a lease agreement. That document is honored by the state as a legally binding contract. Thus, both parties are bound to honor the terms of the contract. Otherwise, the [...]
As a breach of contract attorney in San Diego, I know suing or getting sued for breach of contract requires three elements which may be compared to a camera’s tripod. Like a tripod, if one element or “leg” is missing, then the tripod or case cannot stand. The three elements that [...]