Contract Disputes

Contract Dispute?

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At Clymer, Musser & Sarno, we combine strong legal expertise with Christian values.
We believe in open communication, ethical representation, and exploring all options to find the best solution for you.
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Why Choose Us for Your Contract Dispute?

Expertise: Our litigation lawyers specialize in handling a wide range of contract disputes, bringing extensive experience and a deep understanding of contract law to every case we handle.
Christian Values: As Christian attorneys, we believe in upholding principles of integrity, honesty, and fairness in all our interactions. We approach every case with compassion, empathy, and a commitment to serving our clients with the utmost professionalism and respect.
Protecting Your Interests: When court proceedings cannot be avoided, you can trust Clymer, Musser & Sarno to vigorously advocate for your rights and interests. We are committed to providing you with aggressive representation both inside and outside the courtroom, working tirelessly to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.

Common Contract Disputes We Litigate

1. Real Estate Disagreements

Here are a few reasons to have an attorney on your side in real estate disputes:
Protect Your Rights: We’ll help you understand the legal in-and-outs of real estate contracts and can ensure your rights are protected during a disagreement.
Navigate Complex Laws: Real estate disputes often involve technicalities and local laws. We will provide you with clear explanations and guide you through the legal process.
Level the Playing Field: The other party will may have a lawyer. Don’t go it alone – we will ensure you have a strong voice and protect you from being misled.
Stronger Negotiation: Having a Clymer, Musser & Sarno attorney on your side to negotiate on your behalf to reach a favorable resolution, can save you money or resolve the issue faster than if you choose to defend yourself.

2. Breach of Contract

Here are a few reasons to have an attorney on your side in breach of contract disputes:
Recover Damages: We can assess your situation and determine the damages you’re entitled to under the contract and the law. Then, we will fight to recover that compensation.
Prove Your Case: Building a strong legal case requires evidence and knowledge of contract law. We will gather proof and present it effectively to strengthen your position.
Understand Your Options: Breach of contract can lead to various solutions, including renegotiation, termination, or litigation. We will explain your options and advise you on the best course of action.
Protect Yourself from Liability: Sometimes, the accused party may try to counter-sue. We will defend you from these claims and protect your assets.

“Chris has been amazing in representing my case. He guided us in a very rightful manner and helped us settle case in our favor. Thanks for your great service. I strongly recommend this firm.”

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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

Mediation & Arbitration

We understand that litigation can be costly, time-consuming, and emotionally draining.
That’s why we are dedicated to helping you resolve your contract dispute through alternative dispute resolution (ADR) forums such as mediation and arbitration.
These options often can provide result in mutually beneficial solutions and avoid lengthy court proceedings.

1. What Is Mediation?

Here are two key aspects of mediation.
Non-binding: Unlike judges or arbitrators, mediators don’t have the authority to impose a decision. The parties voluntarily reach an agreement they both find acceptable.
Focus on Compromise: Mediation aims to find a solution that satisfies both parties’ needs and interests. This can involve creative solutions and concessions from both sides.

2. What Is Arbitration?

Here are two key aspects of arbitration.
Binding Decision: Unlike mediation, arbitration involves a neutral third party, the arbitrator, who listens to arguments from both sides, considers evidence, and issues a final and binding decision. This decision is enforceable by a court.
Similar to a Trial: Arbitration can be more formal than mediation, with established rules of procedure for presenting evidence and arguments.

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Our attorneys are experienced in contract disputes in Lancaster County and Central PA.

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