If you were hired by anyone other than the Property Owner, then you must serve a Pre-Lien Notice (also known as an “Intent to Lien”) before you can file a Lien against the Property.
If you want the best shot at getting paid—file a Lien! Standing alone, a Lien is the most effective means to payment. When you file a Lien, you “encumber” the Property.
Liens have deadlines depending on the project type – residential or commercial. The Law Offices of Javier Marcos can help you file all the paperwork in a timely manner.
Has a contractor or supplier filed a lien against your property? Are you anticipating or already experiencing problems with obtaining permanent financing, refinancing, or selling the property.
Does your attorney really understand Texas Lien Laws? Construction law is a specialty and if it’s not your lawyer’s primary practice area, then you are not receiving the most effective representation. We can help.