Filing Materialmen’s Liens in Gainesville, Hall County, GA

Clients are frequently amazed with our ability to offer economical and professional “construction collection” services throughout Georgia, and filing materialmen’s liens and making payment bond claims in Gainesville and throughout Hall County is a staple of our practice.  In fact, one of our physical offices is located nearby–just across Lake Lanier–in adjacent Forsyth County.  During law school, our founding partner clerked for a law firm in Gainesville, and his wife attended Lakeview Academy.  In addition, several of our staff have family located in Hall County, so our ties Hall County and Gainesville run deep.

Map for Hall County Ga LienAs a part of metro-Atlanta, Gainesville’s construction market is booming.  There are private projects and many public works projects as well. If you are a contractor, specialty trade subcontractor or material supplier on one of these projects, then you may need out services now more than ever.  We offer a full-slate of construction law services which include contract review and negotiation, default and payment issues, preparing and filing all types of construction liens (including materialmen, mechanic, subcontractor and supplier liens), payment bond and surety bond claims which includes federal Miller Act claims and Georgia’s Little Miller Act claims.  If you have experienced a payment issue on a construction project in Gainesville, Flowery Branch, Oakwood or anywhere else in Hall County, please contact us today!

We Are Not Your Typical Georgia Law Firm:

In addition to our strong ties to Hall County, we offer the majority of our services throughout the state.  We provide our clients the flexibility to access and use our legal services through our physical offices, our virtual law firm, and through a convenient mix.  Our 20-plus years of experience allow us to address your needs quickly for a fair price.

We are able to do this because we are not general legal practitioners; instead, we focus our practice in one area and do it well.  If a client asks us to do something outside of our practice area, then we refer them to another colleague who may help because we want them to receive the best representation.  Our goal is the same regardless where we are working–we offer the finest quality legal representation with honesty, integrity and responsibility.  Our goal is to make our new clients into life-long clients where we come to understand their individual goals and needs.  Because we know construction, we understand the difficulties you face with your competition and ever-decreasing profit.  We understand construction, but we also understand business, and you can rely on us to help you save money on new projects and recovery money on past projects.

Hall County Poultry Capital of the WorldThose who are owed money on construction projects have learned to rely upon our attorneys and staff to assist them promptly, courteously and professionally.  In the unique area of construction law, there are numerous deadlines and obligations with which lien claimants must comply.  In fact, the deadlines and obligations are so severe that the legal phrase “strict compliance” is applied to virtually all aspects of Georgia’s lien laws.  Materialmen Liens give those who furnish labor, materials, equipment or services an advantage over others.  Using liens and payment bond claims can significantly increase your likelihood of recovery, but you must file your claims property and your must take all the necessary statutory steps to enforce them.  If you have questions about filing any type of construction lien or payment bond in Gainesville or Hall County, please contact us now.

Contact Information of the Hall County Clerk of Superior Court:

Although this information may change without notice, we like to provide clients and potential clients as much information as possible.  And, although we highly recommend using a Georgia construction attorney to help you use lien and bond claims for recovery, there are times when you may want to contact the court yourself. If so, then the following information may be useful:

File Lien at the Hall County Courthouse in Gainesville

Clerk of Court’s Physical Address:
Hall County Superior Court Clerk
ATTN: Materialman’s Lien Filing Desk
Hall County Courthouse
225 Green Street
Gainesville, GA 30501

Clerk of Court’s Mailing Address:
Hall County Superior Court Clerk
ATTN: Materialmen’s Lien Filing Desk
P.O. Box 1336
Gainesville, GA 30503-1336

Clerk of Court’s Telephone Number:
(770) 531-7025

Website:
http://www.hallcounty.org/judicial/jud_clerk.asp

Mechanic’s Lien Filing Fees:
$5.00 for the first page and $2.00 for each additional page

The information contained on this website is for information purposes only; you are directed to consult with your attorney regarding the risks involved in filing mechanics and materialmen’s liens as well as all other aspects of lien filing including, but not limited to proper forms, conditions precedent, legal descriptions, notice requirements, and the statutes of limitations.  Nothing contained herein creates an attorney-client relationship between the Cobb Law Group and you.  Furthermore, no warranties, expressed or implied, are provided for the data herein, its use or interpretation.  Please contact us for further information.