Mechanics’ liens are an extremely effective means for unpaid contractors, subcontractors and suppliers to collect payment that’s rightfully due to them for work performed in constructing or repairing a building.

The lien, which attaches to real property, plus buildings and improvements situated on the land, remains in effect until the workmen have been paid in full, or in event of liquidation, gives the contractor Priority of Lien ahead of other creditors. If unpaid, the lien allows a foreclosure action, forcing the sale of the property.

I represent contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers in mechanics' liens actions. I have extensive experience in mechanics' lien work and other aspects of construction law and real estate law. I can handle all of the necessary paperwork and filings needed to secure your claim, including liens, waivers, releases, and notifications.