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Some issues that we handle concerning contracts and/or businesses:

  • Creating a Business Operating Agreement;

  • Drafting an enforceable contract to minimize likelihood of future litigation;

  • Defending a Breach of Contract Lawsuit;

  • Defending a Fraud claim by one of the parties to a contract;

  • Initiating a Breach of Contract/Fraud Lawsuit; and

  • Helping a new business owner file the legal documentation necessary to register his/her business in Oklahoma.


As a business owner or aspiring business owner, you are well aware of the vital role contracts play in the successful operation and growth of your company. As such, you want to ensure that any and all contracts to which you are bound (or imposing on another) are realistic, legally enforceable, detailed, and thorough. A contract is only as good as its ability to be enforced. This often requires working with an experienced attorney possessing supreme research abilities. The lawyers at MM Legal Group work to provide clients with solid and reliable contracts or business formation instruments.

Unfortunately, and far too often, one party to the contract fails to follow through with his or her commitment. When a breach of contract arises, your business, reputation, and livelihood face potential devastation. On occasion, one party may have even fraudulently induced you into entering the agreement. Maybe someone is even accusing you of breaching the agreement or defrauding them. Find out how our legal team can help you fight for the results you deserve.

Contract and Business Formation

The attorneys at MM Legal Group are prepared to help you establish a solid and reliable contract, properly create and structure a business, or create a thorough Operating Agreement to regulate how your business is conducted from within. Let us take on your legal burden while you focus your energy on what matters most: running your business. 

Fun Fact: In Oklahoma, an oral contract is generally enforceable, so long as it satisfies the many other contract requirements. However, some contracts MUST be in writing pursuant to The Statute of Frauds, such as:

  • An agreement that, by its terms, cannot possibly be performed within a year from the making thereof;

  • Surety - A special promise to answer for the debt, default or miscarriage of another (except in the cases provided for in the article on guaranty);

  • An agreement made upon consideration of marriage, other than a mutual promise to marry; and

  • An agreement for the leasing for a longer period than one (1) year, or for the sale of real property, or of an interest therein; and such agreement, if made by an agent or a broker of the party sought to be charged, is invalid, unless the authority of the agent or the broker be in writing, subscribed by the party sought to be charged.


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