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Construction & Lien Law

We’re structured for your success. Whether drafting contracts or enforcing them, our construction and lien law attorneys draw on a wide array of tools and talents to serve clients, including general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and property owners.

In the area of residential and commercial construction law, our construction lawyers respond quickly and effectively to clients' needs. We understand that some situations demand highly sophisticated agreements, while others only require abbreviated versions of contracts. Regardless of the situation, our construction lawyers advanced industry knowledge enables us to streamline the legal process to save time and money while meeting each client’s unique needs.

When real estate owners or general contractors fail to follow through on their financial commitments to contractors, subcontractors and materials suppliers, our construction law attorneys assist clients with mechanics’ liens, including advising them on the process and language, assisting with enforcement, and helping with filing, serving and foreclosure from demand to resolution.

 

 
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