Do You Need Legal Help Foreclosing on Mechanics' Liens?
Have you furnished services and labor to a construction project in the State of Utah and not been paid? If you are a subcontractor, general contractor, or materialman (building supplier) who has provided goods or services at real estate construction projects anywhere in the State of Utah and your work has gone unpaid, we may be able to help you. We can help you file a mechanics' lien on the property, and foreclose on that lien if it is not promptly paid. You should know that the State of Utah has a very complex mechanics lien statute in place that protects contractors and allows them to seize and sell land that they have worked on to recover payment. It does not matter whose fault it is that your services went unpaid, you still have a right to collect. It is irrelevant whether the general contractor refused payment to you, whether the property owner never paid the general contractor (or whether he did), or whether the bank never funded the construction draw. Your rights to recover payment are the same. Additionally, we can help you if you do not have the funds to pay full price for an attorney by working for you on a contingency, or partial contingency, basis, in which you only have to pay us in full if you recover the money you are owed. Please call for a free consultation today: (888) 941-9933, or email an attorney with questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do You Need Help Stopping a Mechanics' Lien Lawsuit?
We also help home owners and businesses who have been sued by contractors to collect mechanics' liens. Please call for a free consultation today: (888) 941-9933, or email an attorney with questions at: email@example.com.
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