If you get into a dispute with a construction contract, you likely don’t want the matter to end up in court. It costs time and money, and it keeps you from getting more work done.
After you agree on the scope of a project, sign a contract and complete the work, you have a fair expectation to be paid based on the terms of the agreement. Sadly, this is not always the case. In many cases, the people who hired you to complete a job don’t prioritize your payment.