Most properties investors buy could use a little TLC. For many investors, this means hiring a contractor. And this doesn't always work out as well as one might hope.
If you haven't yet signed on the dotted line, contact me for a contract form that will help keep your probject on time and on budget, and come in to chat about the subject,
If you've already signed on the dotted line and wish you hadn't, read my blog about this and come in to discuss your options.
Being generally aware of the concept of a mechanic's lien and the option to sue someone who didn't pay you isn't the same as actually filing a lien or a lawsuit.
For starters, you need to meet the legal definition of who is entitled to file a mechanic's lien. The property you worked on must meet some criteria. Your contract may need specific notice language on it. And you have to be within the time limits to file.
The time to find out that your contract doesn't meet the requirements to enable you to file a mechanic's lien isn't when you haven't been paid and need to file one yesterday. Come in for a FREE CONSULTATION to review your form and chat about the subject.
Or maybe you already know you need to file a lawsuit. Come in for a FREE CONSULTATION to discuss your options against whoever owes you money.
Alicia Beeler Villines, (816) 872-5531. Call or Text. Email is firstname.lastname@example.org. 14 S. Main, Liberty, MO