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The Bress Law Firm is an estate planning, landlord and tenant law, and contract law legal practice located in Miami, serving businesses and individuals in Miami-Dade, Broward, and Fort Lauderdale. Our contract law legal services include drafting contracts and resolving legal disputes involving contractual agreements, such as contract disagreements, contract negotiation, and breach of contract disputes and litigation.


If you require our legal assistance, a licensed contract attorney who is trustworthy, skilled, knowledgeable, and committed, will help you understand your legal rights, provide sound legal advice and guidance, draft well-written legal documents, and zealously protect and defend your interests.


The Bress Law Firm’s services and products include, but are not limited to:


  • Consultation, Problem Solving, Negotiation

  • Breach of Contract Litigation

  • The Preparation and Drafting of Contractual Agreements, such as:

  •      Business Agreements

  •      Buy / Sell Agreements  

  •      Licensing Agreements

  •      Service Agreements

  •      Marital Agreements

  •      Real Estate Purchase Agreements

  •      Real Estate Closing Documents

  •      Rental Agreements

  •      Settlement Agreements.

  • Estate Planning Instruments and Documents

  • Contract Review and Update


Contracts are central to many business and personal relationships and transactions. A contract sets out the terms of a relationship or transaction, lays out the roadmap for the parties’ course of dealing, and embodies the expectations of the parties. If a valid and binding contract is breached, contracts also hold the parties accountable for not fulfilling their promises and obligations.


If a contractual dispute does arise, a written contract that clearly sets out the terms of the agreement provides a clear basis for the parties to understand their rights, consider their options, negotiate a resolution, and for the injured party to hold the breaching party accountable in a court of law through enforcing the legal remedies that they are entitled to under the contract.  


You should not only get all important agreements in writing and signed by all parties, but before you enter into an important agreement or if are already involved in a contractual dispute, you would be best served by hiring an attorney to advise you of your options, help you understand the legal issues, review or draft all legal documents and communications, and in general to protect and defend your interests.


The Bress Law Firm is dedicated to excellence, diligence, and the highest degree of craft and professionalism. No matter how simple or complex your needs are, we treat all of our clients as if they are our most important client: out of respect, because we love what we do and always understand that high-quality, customized, personal service is the key to a client’s satisfaction. 


If you are a business or individual and you require the assistance of a licensed contract attorney, contact the Bress Law Firm to schedule a free consultation.



Call or text the Bress Law Firm at 954-336-8049, email, or fill our contact form. We are located 2980 NE 207th St. #300, Aventura FL, 33180. Serving all of Miami-Dade, Broward, and Fort Lauderdale. All appointments are by appointment only.


The information you obtain here or from is not, nor is intended to be, legal, financial, or other advice. For legal advice, you should directly contact an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. You are welcome to contact the Bress Law Firm about a legal matter by phone, text, email, or our contact form at Contacting us does not create an attorney client relationship. The purpose of an initial consultation is not for lawyer to provide legal advice, but rather for the attorney to provide general legal information, an opinion as to your legal options, including whether you need an attorney, and for you to decide if you want to hire that attorney. An initial consultation does not obligate you or the attorney to enter into an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information until such time as an attorney client relationship has been established. The Bress Law Firm, however, treats all client and prospective client information as if confidential. At the Bress Law Firm, every individual, no matter race, religion, creed, sex, or sexual orientation, or disability, is not only treated equally under the law, but as a matter of basic respect for our fellow human beings.

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