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Not getting paid on a construction project? File a lien to secure payment.

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Construction Lien or Mechanics Lien Filing

You don't leave your toolbox at the jobsite at the end of a project, so why leave cash on the table? This is where mechanics liens come in. Liens provide security and protection to ensure you get the payment owed to you. The nationwide mechanics lien filing tools provided by LienItNow.com complete the job of collecting unpaid project money. File a lien on the property with ease through our online system. We can help with all the different documents you need for a property lien. Use all the tools at your disposal so that you can lien it now.

Filing a Construction Lien Provides Security and Protection

Construction liens are made to secure a debt that a property owner owes to the contractor. By filing a lien document, you essentially "tie up" a property with a lien to secure a debt. If the lien isn't resolved, the debt is recovered by selling the property. This, in turn, forces the property owner to clear the debt and guarantee that no contractual work on a property goes unpaid. When you file a bond claim or lien, it becomes easier to secure payment and guarantee that no contractual work on a property goes unpaid. Doing the paperwork can be difficult, so we provide you tools to help create the documents you need to finish and file a lien.

This may sound simple enough, but filing mechanics liens can be very complicated. Lien laws vary across the country, and the way you file a lien depends on where the project is located. Each state may also have a number of requirements your company has to meet before you can file a lien. Working with us ensures that you can ease your mind about these details. We know how lien laws differ from state to state so we can help you make sure that the document you're filing will be effective.

From late payment to non-payment, the construction cycle can wear down even the best contractors. Filing a lien on the property or a bond claim provides the security to back the promises of payment. Stop wondering whether your receivables will ever be paid: lien it fast, lien it right... LienItNow.

How to Finish A Property Lien in 10 Minutes or Less

Just complete LienItNow's Worksheet.

After that, we'll deal with the rest of the work to help you file a lien.

As each state in the country has its own guidelines on construction liens, which documents to prepare and how to settle them, we provide you with all you need to know through our FAQ page. But if you have any other questions, we'll be happy to entertain them, whether through our online live help or through the phone. Once you are done with your order, you can track your lien document's progress, and our cloud based lien processing services allow you to come back to download your lien documents anytime, from anywhere.

Attorney Connections

Construction liens all have time limits, and unless yours is resolved or paid before the lien's expiration date, you will need to file an action in court to foreclose on your lien. Most companies need to hire an attorney for that. Our website provides you with a database of construction law attorneys that have been recognized by their respective States as leaders in the field.