Mechanic’s and Materialman’s Liens

Have you had a contractor file a lien on your home for materials or labor, or both?  Is there a dispute about payment with the contractor? Often a contractor slaps a lien on a homestead but does not follow the strict rules of the Texas Property Code, making the lien invalid.  Mr. Claiborne can help you determine whether it should be removed because of noncompliance with the stringent requirements of the Property Code.

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Are you a contractor on a construction job and have not been paid?  Mr. Claiborne can help navigate the time deadlines and statutory requirements to perfect a lien on the real property. The rules for filing a lien on residential property are different than a commercial job. These liens are commonly referred to as “mechanic’s and materialman’s” liens or “M&M” liens. Such a lien can be an effective debt collection method instead of resorting to litigation.  

Mechanic's and Materialman's Liens Attorney in Carrollton, Texas

Dan L. Claiborne has a long history of helping contractors get the compensation they have earned. For a consultation, please contact him today.