Our experience provides us with unique insights into understanding and meeting our client’s needs in this extremely complex area of the law.
We represent Okaloosa County owners, developers, contractors, sub-contractors, material suppliers and all other parties involved in the construction process.
Our practice areas include the following:
- Contract Preparation and Negotiation
- Contract Litigation
- Construction Liens and Lien Rights
- Construction Defect and Warranty Litigation
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When you are in the construction business, you will inevitably experience filing or enforcing liens. Liens are a powerful solution for non-payment. To proceed correctly, construction liens need to be prepared and filed the right way for them to be enforceable.
At ASG Legal, we have many years of experience in all aspects of construction law, which gives us deeper and unique insights into understanding and meeting every client’s needs. We are construction litigation lawyers that you can count on to know the law front to back.
Help You Need From Construction Lien Attorneys
The Florida Construction Lien Law was enacted by the Florida legislature to protect the rights of all parties involved in a construction process; owners, contractors, and sub-contractors. Our team will assist you through all of the drafting and interpretation that goes into the various forms which are included in the Florida Construction Lien Law.
Here at ASG Legal, our construction contracts lawyers regularly counsel contractors, sub-contractors, and owners as to what their rights and obligations are where this complex Lien Law is concerned. We offer in-depth understanding and unique perspectives for all business construction professionals that you will find no place else.
Talk to Experienced Florida Construction Liens Lawyer
When you file a construction lien, there are many areas of detail required, which includes proper documentation and precise timing. Lien claims are a very demanding type of lien and must be prepared correctly or they cannot be enforced.
Our construction contracts attorneys represent contractors, sub-contractors, and property owners regarding all aspects of construction liens and their actions, which may include foreclosure and defense of these actions.
Any failure by any party to meet the requirements of the Florida Construction Lien Law can, and often do, defeat a lien claim. There are various forms which must be completed in detail, where everything about the legal description and the address of the property in question must be documented in full. This is not the time for mistakes or omissions.
Too many areas can cause a construction lien to be deemed unenforceable; everything from notarizations, signatures, legal descriptions, what the claim is about, as well as the exact amount owed on the claim. These and other details can derail your chances of success with a construction lien.
Our construction liens lawyers are knowledgeable in all of these areas, everything concerning lien matters, and foreclosure actions. Only those with vast prior experience prosecuting and defending lien claims in Florida should be representing you. There are many stages to a claim process and they should all be considered important if you want to be successful.
Experience you can Rely on
Applying the Florida Construction Lien Law to any case in Okaloosa County, including your case, is very specific and based on the particular facts of your claim. This is why it is so important to be working with experienced construction liens attorneys. Our team can make the final determination as to whether you can or should move forward with a construction lien at this time. Our construction contracts lawyers will provide you with all of the lien matter advice you are seeking.
Do not let failure to comply in any way impair your right to a successful outcome. Failure to strictly comply with statutory notice and recording requirements could stop your right to secure a construction lien before it has even begun.
Contact an ASG Legal construction litigation attorney today. You want to know your rights are protected. Learn about the ways we can do that for you right now.