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  • Altamonte Springs Office

    Address

    238 N. Westmonte Dr.
    Suite 270
    Altamonte Springs, Florida 32714

    Phone

    407-863-1883

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Ratings & Reviews

  • 5.0/5.0

    I contacted Zortman Law for help creating a new business and all of the things that go with it. Attorney Chase J. Zortman was extremely informative and helpful in reviewing all of my documents and making sure that I had done everything nece...
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  • 5.0/5.0

    I had initially hired Chase Zortman a few years ago based upon his reviews online. After hiring him for several issues involving my investment properties, I can confidently say that Chase lives up to any positive review he may receive and i...
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  • 5.0/5.0

    We are a general contractor in Winter Garden, FL. We hired Chase Zortman to file a lien on a construction company that was six months past due on our invoices. Chase's expertise in lien filing and releases helped us collect all money that w...
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  • 5.0/5.0

    After meeting with several law firms I decided to hire Zortman Law to represent my business in an ongoing dispute. I am very happy with my decision and will not hesitate to have them help me with any future legal needs.

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  • 5.0/5.0

    As a 25 plus year businessman, I’ve encountered multiple civil cases and have hired several attorneys. By far, Jayson Zortman is the most experienced and most professional lawyer that I’ve dealt with. He doesn’t built false expectations and...
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EXPERIENCED BREACH OF CONTRACT LAWYERS IN CENTRAL FLORIDA - CONTRACT DISPUTES

Breach of contract can occur when one party fails to perform one or many terms of a contract without a legitimate legal defense. One of the most basic requirements for there to be a breach of contract, is the existence of a valid contract. Depending on the subject matter of the contract, there are usually several legal requirements that must be met. Some contracts in Florida are governed by the statute of frauds, which requires a writing signed by the party that is allegedly in breach. Other matters such as the sale of goods may be governed by the UCC and its implied terms and conditions. The usual remedy sought for breach of contract is to put the non-breaching party in the position which it would have been in had the breach not occurred. Determining whether a breach has occurred and what the remedy for such breach is often times comes down to the details in the parties contractual agreement. Our attorneys at Zortman Law are experienced in handling and resolving contractual disputes both pre litigation and through trial throughout Central Florida. 


If you find yourself in a contract dispute, are not getting paid pursuant to a contractual agreement, have been sued for breach/feel like you need to file a lawsuit for breach, or just want your contract reviewed to assess whether breach has occurred, our attorneys can review the matter and provide you with the guidance and representation you need. Call today to schedule a free consultation!