Intelligent Solutions For North Carolina Business Law Disputes

Real Estate Breach Of Contract

A somewhat inevitable part of construction matters is that things typically go wrong — missed deadlines and breached contracts or required enforcement actions are all possible allegations of disputed issues. If you are experiencing any of these situations, it is imperative that you consult with an attorney that understands all aspects of the construction process, so that your interests and rights are protected.

My name is Bob Morton, and I use my vast knowledge of the construction industry to provide a meticulous and honest assessment of your case. At North Raleigh Law, I collaborate with my clients to determine the strategy of the case and the actions to be taken. Whether to begin settlement negotiations or employ alternative dispute resolutions (such as mediation or arbitration) or proceed with civil litigation, my goal is to resolve disputes efficiently and in the most cost-effective manner possible. As an experienced and proficient real estate litigation attorney, I have a broad range of real-world experience to apply to construction dispute matters.

A few examples of construction concerns that form the basis of breach of contract or performance disputes are:

  • Construction delays and disruptions
  • Collections matters
  • Lien claims
  • Construction defects
  • Zoning, easements and land use
  • Building code and compliance violations
  • Various construction contract issues
  • Real estate contract issues

I am an advocate for my clients’ rights and believe in close personal service to achieve goals that are in the best interest of my clients. If you are involved in a real estate dispute or a contract dispute, or you can see a possible dispute on the horizon, contact my firm for a consultation today. I will examine the matter, discuss the available options and provide proficient legal advice. I provide my clients with the peace of mind that comes with knowing that a powerful advocate is in their corner and will fight for their rights. This, in turn, allows you to resume your attention back to your business, where it belongs.