Are you a homeowner or a contractor in need of construction counseling? Are you in need of legal services or seeking law preparation? LegalDocs4U is here to help! We serve all required parties and record the required documents with the appropriate County Recorder. We can assist you with the preparation of the following legal documents:

Preliminary Notices:

A Preliminary Notice is a notice sent by the general contractor, subcontractor, equipment lessors or other parties to a construction project to establish the right to file a Mechanics lien in the event of nonpayment.

Why is this important?

If the bill is not paid, the claimant may file a Mechanics lien on the owner’s property. However, if the bill is paid, the claimant cannot file a Mechanics lien on the owner’s property.

Mechanic’s Liens:

The Mechanic’s Lien is a security interest which applies property for the benefit of those who have supplied labor that improves the property. The lien applies to both real property and personal property.

Why is this important?

Mechanic’s liens on property in the United States date from the 18th century, with “lien” meaning “to link” in French. Property owners can ensure their properties are protected with this security interest.

Lien Releases:

A lien release, or a lien waiver, is a document from a contractor, subcontractor, materials man, equipment lessor or other party to the construction project, explaining they’ve received payment and waive any future lien rights to the property.

Why is this important?

The lien releases can be of great value to claimants in enforcing their claims.

Stop Notices:

Stop notices is our last mechanism for subcontractors to seek payment for their work on construction projects. It can be used instead of, or in addition to, a Mechanics Lien.

Why is this important?

Stop notices can be immensely helpful legal tools to remedy any non-payment for services rendered.

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