Turn To Us For Business Litigation

Small- and medium-sized businesses have a crucial need for qualified legal advice when it comes to contracts and business disputes. After all, both your individual success as well as the success of the business or enterprise are at stake.

At Pfister & Associates, we have helped numerous Texas businesses and individuals navigate the legalese of their contracts and choose the path that best aligns with their long-term and short-term goals. When negotiation is not a viable solution our attorneys are adept and experienced litigators.

Our lawyers are experienced in protecting your interests and disputes involving:

  • Contract disputes
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Partnership disputes

When There Is A Breach Of Contract

What are your options when you have to back out or cannot meet one or more of the terms of a contract? What steps can you legally take when another party has not met the agreed-upon terms? Our experienced contract attorneys can help you understand when your contract is "irreparably broken," what options you have and the best steps to take toward resolution.

Understanding Breach Of Fiduciary Duty

When someone has a fiduciary duty it means that person has an obligation to act in the best interest of another party. Board members of a business have a fiduciary duty to the shareholders.

A fiduciary obligation exists when:

  • There is a special trust, confidence and reliance on the person acting as fiduciary to exercise his or her discretion or expertise in acting for a client.
  • The person acting as fiduciary knowingly accepts that trust and acts on the client's behalf.

The fiduciary may not, under the law, act in a manner contrary or adverse to the client's interest. This means that the fiduciary cannot act solely in his or her own interest but in the best interest of the client.

Your Guide Through Partnership Disputes

A partnership dispute can happen in a large corporation, family business or between co- business owners. When partners cannot agree on a course of action, it can stall the business and lead to financial loss.

The best strategy for any partnership dispute is to move toward resolution. The best resolution is one that will protect your most vital legal interests and align with your long-term business goals.

Putting Our Clients First

No matter what, as our client your interests are foremost in the strategies we provide. To find out how we can help resolve your contract issue, breach of fiduciary duty or partnership dispute contact, contact the Frisco law firm of Pfister & Associates online here. Or call our office at 972-712-6700 and speak with a qualified business litigation lawyer. Appointments in evenings and on weekends are available by request. Our Frisco business litigation attorneys serve clients in Denton County and Collin County.