Handling Mechanic’s Liens Cases That Turn To Litigation
Anyone involved in the construction industry in the Atlanta area will tell you that projects take time and money. Whether it is building a new property from the ground up or making improvements to an existing property, materials and time are not cheap, and everyone expects payment for their work. When this does not happen, you will want to reach out to an experienced construction lawyer who understands how liens work in Georgia.
Whether you are the person who filed the mechanic’s lien or you want to defend yourself against a lien, the Law Offices of Tom Pye provides representation for when you need it most. To learn more about our firm’s approach to mechanic’s liens, call our Peachtree Corners firm at 678-894-2930 or call us toll free at 877-840-3064.
How Are Mechanic’s Liens Handled?
In Georgia, anyone who contributed to the improvement of a new or existing property has the right to file a mechanic’s lien for unpaid materials or work. Often though, the owner of the property is not aware of any ongoing disputes over payment until after the lien is filed. Up until this point, they may have thought everything was running just fine and are now wondering what to do.
At the Law Offices of Tom Pye, we represent any party involved in a mechanic’s lien, including homeowners, builders, developers, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers. We understand the complex law regarding liens in Georgia and are ready to negotiate and argue on your behalf.
Worries Over Construction-Related Payments? Not With Us.
Our firm handles all types of litigation cases related to liens. We want to hear more about your case. Contact our firm to schedule an appointment. Someone will return your inquiry promptly. Our regular business hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with evening and weekend appointments available.