When a construction company or supplier has performed its work and does not get paid, it needs a firm it can count on to react quickly to preserve the company’s right to claim and enforce a mechanics lien on the property that has received the benefit of the work and materials provided. Recent changes in the Missouri Mechanics Lien Act make the process of preserving your right to lien more complicated than ever. Our practitioners have extensive experience in advising clients in all aspects of the lien process, including creating, preserving, and enforcing the lien in court. We also have the knowledge and experience necessary to advise upon and facilitate the claims process on public works projects and preserving those rights to litigation when necessary.
Nick Van Deven