We Are Georgia’s Lien and Bond Law Firm

If you need a mechanics or materialmen’s lien filed anywhere in Georgia, the process is fast and simple.  Most of our new clients wait until the last minute to prepare and file their claims of liens (or their claim against the surety).  When the deadline to file the lien looms closer, they contact us.  We work well on short deadlines!   For over 20 years, we have filed materialmen’s liens and payment bond claims for some of the largest national and regional suppliers and subcontractors in the country which has given us the ability to file liens (and payment bond claims) in all 159 Georgia counties quickly and economically.

Filing Liens Anywhere on Georgia Map

To meet our client’s needs, our practice has grown to two physical offices as well as a virtual law firm.  By maximizing the latest technology with traditional lawyering and values, we can file your liens anywhere in Georgia promptly and for a fair cost.

Most of our clients work on and supply to construction projects all over the state, and it makes sense to hire one construction attorney to meet all of your needs.  If you need to file any type of construction lien or if you need to make any type of payment claim in Georgia, please contact us today–we can help you recover the money you are owed.  In fact, Speed, Efficiency, Accuracy and Customer Service are our hallmarks in every part of Georgia as we help you improve your accounts receivables and your business’ bottom line.

Metro Atlanta

Central Georgia / Middle Georgia

Coastal Georgia

East Central Georgia

North Georgia

Northeast Georgia

Northwest Georgia

South Georgia

Southeast Georgia

Southwest Georgia

West Central Georgia

Most of our new clients become permanent clients who avoid this last-minute rush to record a lien.   For our established clients, we are able to produce custom forms and procedures to prosecuting new lien and bond requests more easily.  For our first time client, we also try to make it as easy as possible to meet your lien and bond deadlines.

Looming deadlines typically limit our initial contact to email and telephone calls.  Although we miss the opportunity to meet our clients face-to-face at the start of our relationship, we are fortunate that using technology makes it possible to prepare and file so quickly!

On the telephone, we’ll discuss the specific facts and background information on your claim; we also typically review your options and some basic information on Georgia’s lien laws (and/or payment bond issues) which might help you collect your receivable.  Then, after we have performed a conflict check (to make sure we don’t represent one of the other parties), we’ll send you two documents via email (i) a copy of our engagement letter and (ii) a bond/lien request form.  We ask that you review, complete and sign the letter, the request form, and other pertinent documents such as a copy of your construction contract, subcontract, invoices, etc.

Then, we take care of the rest! We will perform a limited search in Georgia’s real estate records to determine the legal description of the property which you intend to lien; we’ll prepare the Georgia lien form and exhibit(s); we send your materialmen’s lien to the clerk of court for filing and send the statutory notices to the project owners; of course, we’ll also send you copies of all of these documents for your files.

The goal, of course, is for the successful payment of the money that you are owed; if you are unable to negotiate a resolution to your lien or bond claim, then we are here to help.  As Georgia construction lawyers, we can help you in every aspect of enforcing your lien or bond claim including filing lawsuits to perfect your claims, mediation, binding arbitration, and lien foreclosure.  Contact us today if you have questions about filing a construction lien, contractor’s lien, subcontractor’s lien, supplier’s lien, materialmen’s lien, payment bond, Miller Act or Little Miller Act claim.