Charlotte Mechanics Lien Lawyer

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Charlotte Mechanics Lien Attorney

In providing superior legal services to mechanic’s lien clients, plaintiffs and defendants throughout the Charlotte area and North Carolina, our experienced attorneys draw on decades of experience. This means we know how the construction community works.

Our understanding of the personalities and practices involved in the local construction community, combined with our knowledge of the local legal community, enables us to deliver advice that responds to our clients’ specific circumstances and unique needs. This knowledge serves our clients particularly well given the personal nature of mechanic’s lien issues and we incorporate it into every mechanic’s lien case we undertake.

Filing And Removing

Our firm draws on deep experience with both owners and contractors, plaintiffs and defendants, when it comes to mechanic’s lien matters simple and complex. We handle a variety of mechanic’s lien-related issues for owners and for contractors, including those involving:

  • Payment and nonpayment
  • Preliminary notices
  • Materials and labor
  • Proper filing procedures
  • Compiling necessary paperwork
  • Filing the lien
  • Removing the lien

Given the recent changes to the mechanic’s lien laws, our firm’s knowledge of these matters becomes all the more appreciated by our clients. They know that they can focus on their businesses while we provide the detailed focus that mechanic’s lien issues require.

Representing Plaintiffs And Defendants

We advise our clients that the proper time to begin preparing mechanic’s liens materials is before the project even begins. Let our lawyers help you ensure that your rights are protected. You can call us at 704-377-5242. Our firm can also be reached via email. All communications between our firm and any potential clients remain entirely confidential.


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