Breach of Contract

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Tortious Interference breach of contract lawsuit fundingA legally enforceable agreement between two parties is considered a contract. As part of a contract each party makes a promise to either perform a specific duty or pay a certain amount. A breach of contract is when one party fails to act as promised, and the other party has fulfilled the duties under the contract. The other party is then entitled to legal relief. Both written and oral (spoken) contracts are legally enforceable, generally. It is always best to write down the terms of the contract. There may be a dispute between the parties later or the parties to the contract may remember different details or forget certain terms.

A contract can be breached when one party:

  • Does not perform as promised
  • Makes it clear that he or she does not intend to perform the contract duties
  • Does something that makes it impossible for the other party to perform the duties under the contract

Many times, a breach of contract will create financial problems for the parties involved. Breach of contract cases can take months to years to settle. These cases are stressful enough, and the worry about your finances may be overwhelming.

If you are in this situation and need your settlement funds now, not later, contact us. We will work with you and your attorney to secure a pre settlement advance.

What Is a Pre Settlement Lawsuit Advance?

A pre settlement lawsuit advance provides the cash you need to pay living expenses and financial obligations while pursuing a settlement. There are no upfront fees, no monthly payments and no risk. Only repay when your case is won.

With our quick and easy application process, cash can be in your account in as little as 48 hours. Approval is based on the quality of your pending claim. We do not check your credit or employment history.

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