Protect Your Business By Filing And Collecting On Mechanic’s Liens
Filing a lien is one thing. Recovering assets through liens is another. Many law firms file mechanic’s liens on properties. Delev & Associates, LLC, of course can also file mechanic’s liens as needed. By filing mechanic’s liens, we recover payment for labor and materials due to contractors, subcontractors and suppliers.
In addition to filing liens, our law firm goes beyond filing liens. We put teeth in liens filed for our clients by handling collections, as well. We can take responsibility for all phases involved in recovering money through mechanic’s liens, including:
- Filing in a timely manner (typically within 60 and 120 days, depending on details)
- Advising clients of durations of liens
- Filing notices to commence suit
- Defending lien claimants in lawsuits
- Filing foreclosure lawsuits as needed
- Collecting on liens when properties are sold
Mechanic’s liens are one of many tools used by Ohio collections lawyers at Delev & Associates, LLC, on behalf of our clients. We represent both individuals and companies. We also receive many attorney referrals from law firms that win judgments but do not handle collections. With more than 40 years of experience, our collections attorneys and professional staff are highly skilled at reviewing clients’ cases, needs and concerns, and devising strategies for collections best suited for each circumstance.
Contact Us For Help Recovering Money Through Mechanic’s Liens
Our collections attorneys offer no-obligation case reviews to contractors, subcontractors and suppliers. If we believe another method other than a mechanic’s lien — or in addition to a mechanic’s lien — is likely to succeed in your case, we will honestly inform you of our opinion and offer related services as needed. Call 800-593-8453 or 513-277-0816, or contact us through this website to schedule a consultation.
From offices located in Cincinnati, the law office of Delev & Associates, LLC, collects on mechanic’s liens throughout Ohio and northern Kentucky.