Our Peoria County contract attorneys will help you draft, negotiate, and review your contracts to ensure you have an airtight contract based on your needs, with favorable terms. We have experience in all types of contracts including business, civil, family law, real estate and commercial agreements. We are your advocates and will ensure your agreement is implemented with the most favorable terms on your behalf.
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Peoria County Contract Attorneys
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Kevin O'Flaherty oversees all legal matters and is actively involved in making sure every client's case, big or small, is handled with excellence and attention to detail. He is available to contact through phone and email and his rates are available upon request.
In this video, Peoria County contract attorney Kevin O'Flaherty, explains common Peoria County construction contract clauses.
In this article, our Peoria County contract attorneys explain maximum price construction contracts and reviewing those contracts to ensure both parties understand and have clearly defined expectations of the contract.
This includes detailing cost, scope of work, bonds. Reviewing the contract and including all aspects helps to minimize the potential for disputes and sets clear expectations for both parties.
In this video, Peoria County contract lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the difference between employment agreements and independent contractor agreements.
In this article, our Peoria County contract attorneys explain common defenses to claims that a contract has been breached in Peoria County. We discuss the most common defenses to breaches of contract claims and the conditions that potentially invalidate contracts. These include fraud, anticipatory repudiation, impracticality, duress, unconscionability, or breach by the other party.
In this video, Peoria County contract lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains important clauses in Peoria County real estate contracts.
Parties to a real estate contract have typically 5 days to review a contract in order to read, modify or notate changes to the contract. Some of the more important aspects to take note and watch out for are:
In this article, our Peoria County contract attorneys explain these aspects of contracts and why they're important to know when negotiating a contract.