You have an agreement. You think it means one thing, but the other side thinks it means something else. Both sides have a real controversy over what their agreement means. You would like to know who is right because you do not want to be the party that breaches the agreement. What can you do? Or, your business may be regulated by a state or federal statute. You think it means one thing, but the other side thinks it means something else. Both sides have a real controversy about the statute's meaning. You need to know who is right because you do not want to violate the statute. What can you do?
Declaratory actions: Both federal and state laws provide procedures that allow courts to declare parties' rights under contracts or statutes even before the contract is broken or the statute violated.
The Dietrich Law Firm has more than a decade of experience representing people and businesses in court in declaratory actions concerning contracts or statutes. If you have a disagreement about a contract or statute that is important enough to have a court declare its meaning, The Dietrich Law Firm may be able to help. Give us a call to schedule an appointment. The firm only represents clients based upon a signed, written agreement.