Contractors, Suppliers, Designers - Get Paid for Your Work
If you've worked on a construction or home improvement project and haven't been paid, you may be able to file a lien against the property to recover for your efforts. A mechanic's lien may be a powerful tool for contractors, suppliers, and designers to collect payments owing on your projects.
However, mechanic's liens can be complex and you must follow the state rules. CRS § 38-22-101, et seq. If you miss a deadline, your lien may not be effective.
An attorney who understands the construction trade can help you file and prosecute your lien. Attorney John Scanlan has over 15 years of experience in construction design.
Dates you need to know when filing your lien:
- When did work on the project actually begin?
- When did work on the project actually end?
- When can file your lien?
- What is the deadline for filing your lien?
You need to know what documents must be filed, where, and who you can file your lien against. You need to know how to foreclose on the lien and actually get paid.
CircleLaw and attorney John Scanlan can help you navigate through the complex world of mechanic's liens in Colorado.
Contact Circle Law to set up an appointment: John Scanlan