Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Construction Lien?

In simple terms, a construction lien is like a safety net for people who work on construction projects, such as contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers. It’s a legal tool that helps them make sure they get paid for their work and materials.

Imagine you’re a contractor who has just finished building a new house for someone. You’ve put in a lot of hard work and spent money on materials and labor. Now, you expect to be paid for your efforts. However, sometimes the property owner or the person who hired you might delay or refuse to pay you for some reason.

This is where a construction lien comes into play. It’s a legal claim that you can place on the property where you did the work. It’s kind of like saying, “Hey, I worked on this property, and I haven’t been paid yet.” This claim is registered with the local government, and it essentially puts a hold on the property. The property can’t be sold or refinanced until the payment issue is resolved.

So, a construction lien helps you protect your right to get paid for your work. It gives you leverage to negotiate and make sure you receive the money you’re owed. If all goes well, you’ll get paid, and the lien is removed. If not, the property may eventually be sold, and you’ll be paid from the proceeds.

In a nutshell, a construction lien is like a financial safety net that construction workers use to ensure they get the money they deserve for their hard work.

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Who Are We?

Lien On Me Construction Liens is your trusted partner in navigating the complex world of construction liens. With years of experience in the construction and legal fields, our team is dedicated to providing you with the knowledge, tools, and resources you need to protect your rights and secure your payments in the construction industry.

What Do We Offer?

Here at Lien On Me, we understand the challenges you face when it comes to securing your hard-earned money for the work you do. Our comprehensive range of services includes:

Lien Filing Services: We’ll guide you through the process of filing construction liens to ensure you get paid for your services and materials.

Legal Expertise: Access to expert legal advice and resources to help you understand and navigate construction lien laws and regulations.

Educational Resources: Stay informed and up-to-date with our blog, articles, and guides on construction lien topics.

Dispute Resolution: Assistance with resolving payment disputes and collecting overdue payments.

Industry Insights: Stay ahead in the construction industry with our insights into market trends and best practices.

Why Choose Lien On Me?

We’re not just a service provider; we’re your partners in success. Our commitment to excellence, dedication to your needs, and passion for the construction industry set us apart. With Lien On Me, you can expect:

Personalized Service: Tailored solutions to meet your unique needs and challenges.

Trust and Transparency: We value your trust, and we’re committed to transparency in everything we do.

Results-Driven Approach: Your success is our success, and we’re here to help you achieve it.

Get in Touch!

We invite you to explore our website, engage with our resources, and reach out to our team for any questions or assistance you may need. Let us take the stress out of construction liens and help you focus on what you do best – building amazing projects!

Welcome to Lien On Me Construction Liens – where your rights, payments, and success matter most. We look forward to building a brighter future together in the construction industry!

Let’s build success, one lien at a time!

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What Are Your Benefits When Choosing Lien On Me?

Expert Guidance:

When you contact Lien On Me Construction Liens, you gain access to our team of experts who specialize in construction lien matters. We can provide you with invaluable advice and guidance to navigate the complex world of construction liens.

Payment Protection:

Lien On Me helps you protect your right to get paid for your construction work. We can assist you in filing and managing construction liens, ensuring you have a better chance of receiving the money you’re owed.

Time and Stress Savings:

Dealing with payment disputes and navigating legal procedures can be time-consuming and stressful. Lien On Me takes this burden off your shoulders, allowing you to focus on your work while we handle the paperwork and negotiations.

Personalized Solutions:

Every construction project is unique, and Lien On Me understands that. We offer tailored solutions to meet your specific needs and challenges, ensuring that you receive the assistance that best suits your situation.

Legal Resources:

With Lien On Me, you have access to a wealth of legal resources and information related to construction liens. This knowledge can empower you to make informed decisions and protect your interests effectively.

Dispute Resolution:

If you’re facing payment disputes, Lien On Me can assist you in resolving these issues efficiently and professionally, helping you achieve a fair and timely resolution.


Lien On Me values trust and transparency. We provide clear information and communication throughout the process, ensuring that you are fully informed about the status of your lien and payment negotiations.

To benefit from our valuable services and expertise, you can contact Lien On Me Construction Liens online at or reach us by phone at (844) 731-3772.

Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you want to protect your construction-related payments and rights effectively.

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The construction lien process can vary depending on your jurisdiction, as lien laws differ from place to place. However, Lien On Me can provide you with a general overview of the typical steps involved in the construction lien process in many jurisdictions. Keep in mind that you should consult with Lien On Me to understand the exact requirements in your area. Here are the general steps:

1. Contract and Project Commencement:

   – A construction project begins with a contract between the property owner and you the contractor, subcontractor, tradesman or supplier.

2. Work and/or Supplies Delivered:

   – You (the contractor, subcontractor, tradesman or supplier) provide services, labor, or materials as agreed upon in your contract.

3. Non-Payment:

   – If there are payment disputes or the property owner fails to make payments as per the contract, you may consider a construction lien. This is where Lien On Me becomes your best resource. We will handle all steps of the lien process for you.

4. Notice-To-Owner:

   – In some jurisdictions, you are required to send a notice-to-owner (pre-lien notice) to the property owner, general contractor, or other relevant parties before filing a lien. This notice serves as a warning of the intent to file a lien if payment is not received. Lien On Me will prepare and serve the notice on your behalf.

5. Lien Filing Deadline:

   – There is typically a specific deadline within which a construction lien must be filed. This deadline varies by jurisdiction. Important! Do not delay in contacting Lien On Me or calling Lien On Me as time is of the essence.Y our Construction Lien Request should be submitted at least 10 business days prior to the deadline. No request will be processed if received by Lien On Me less than 48 hours before the 90th day.

6. Prepare Lien Documents:

   – Lien On Me will research, gather and prepare the necessary documents, which often include a lien claim form or statement of claim, copies of invoices, proof of delivery or work completion, and any required supporting documentation.

7. File the Construction Lien:

   – Lien On Me will submit the lien documents to the appropriate government office, typically the county clerk’s office or a similar entity.

8. Serve Notice of Lien:

   – Lien On Me will provide notice to the property owner and other relevant parties, such as the general contractor, that a lien has been filed. This is often a legal requirement.

9. Resolution or Legal Action:

   – The property owner, general contractor, or other parties involved may respond to the lien by paying the outstanding amount, negotiating a settlement, or contesting the lien in court. Lien On Me will conduct the negotiations.

10. Foreclosure (if necessary):

    – If the lien is not resolved through negotiation or payment, you may choose to initiate a foreclosure action, which could result in the sale of the property to satisfy the debt.

11. Release of Lien:

    – Once the outstanding amount is paid to Lien On Me, or the dispute is resolved, Lien On Me will release the lien by filing the necessary paperwork with the appropriate government office. Failure to release the lien when it’s no longer valid could result in legal consequences.

Please note that the specific requirements and deadlines for each step of the construction lien process can vary widely by jurisdiction, so it’s crucial to consult with Lien On Me to ensure compliance with the law in your area.

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