Are You Going Through A Business Dispute?

Get help from a business litigation attorney in Dallas, TX

Disagreements over contracts, leases and services are common in the business world. But there's no reason to let legal disputes ruin your company. The law office of Gregory A. Whittmore, Attorney At Law represents small and medium-sized businesses in Dallas, TX throughout all kinds of commercial litigation cases.

As a skilled litigation attorney, I can defend your business in and out of court. Whether your company is the target of a complaint or you want to pursue legal action, I can review your case and explain your options. You can get legal counsel for cases involving lease and property disputes, real estate transactions, partnership agreements, corporate contracts and landlord-tenant issues.

Get an experienced litigation attorney on your side by calling today.

Set your business up for a successful transaction

The stakes are always high when it comes to commercial real estate. Having practiced as a real estate attorney for decades, I understand the intricacies of real estate transactions. You can work with me one-on-one to examine the details of your deal. I'll help you create a plan to avoid future disputes and get you through the process as smoothly as possible.

Defend your company's interests by hiring an attorney that understands business law. Call 214-217-0330 today.

Your business has options when times are tough

Many people view bankruptcy as a failure, but it can be a valuable tool for salvaging your company and getting your business back on track. If you're looking for a solution to your business problems, contact my bankruptcy law firm in Dallas, TX. I can help by...

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Reviewing the details of your business and explaining your options

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Recommending an effective solution for your situation

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Helping you through the legal process if you decide bankruptcy is right for your business

Bankruptcy is serious, and I'll only recommend it as a last resort. Visit my law firm today to discuss your bankruptcy issues.