Mechanics Liens: Helping You Get Paid

Contractors, subcontractors and other suppliers should expect to be compensated for the services they provide. When the receiver of those services fails to pay and debt is owed, what options are available for the supplier?

A mechanic's lien is an effective tool that helps ensure payment. If you have not been paid for work you have done, you may want to consider seeking a mechanic's lien.

At The Gonzalez Law Group, PLLC, in Houston, Texas, we help clients understand their options for seeking a mechanic's lien. To speak to one of our attorneys about your specific options, please call 832-530-4070.

What Is a Mechanic's Lien?

When contractors, laborers and other suppliers are not getting paid, a mechanic's lien may be placed on the property through a specific legal process.

A mechanic's lien can help secure debt as well as collect on debt when a property owner has failed to pay bills.

How We Can Help

If you are seeking a mechanic's lien, we can help ensure that all deadlines are met and rules are followed. Mechanic's liens also must contain very specific information. We will make sure that all critical information is included to ensure the effectiveness of the lien.

We regularly work with contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and other lienors who have not received payment for their services.

Questions? Contact Us Today.

If you are seeking a mechanic's lien, please complete our online contact form to schedule a meeting with one of our lawyers.