Construction Lien Preparation & Litigation
Construction liens allow contractors and subcontractors to perform their contractual obligations without the risk of being denied payment for materials supplied and services rendered. While receiving payment is certainly preferable to foreclosing a construction lien, recording a lien ensures access to legal remedies should it become necessary to pursue formal legal action. As such, the preparation of construction liens at the appropriate time is essential – particularly in connection with large-scale construction projects – and contractors and subcontractors must rely on experienced legal counsel to help them protect their ability to collect payment.
Our firm represents contractors and subcontractors throughout Florida with respect to the preparation of construction liens. We also represent property owners and developers in construction lien negotiations. When necessary, we represent our clients in litigation involving construction lien claims as well, and our litigation attorneys have extensive experience on both sides of disputes involving liens pertaining to a broad range of residential and commercial construction projects. Regardless of your specific circumstances, if you need experienced guidance and deep legal insights for a matter involving a construction lien in Florida, Kirwin Norris, P.A. is the right firm for you.
One Firm. One Focus. Construction Law.
Areas of Focus
- Representing contractors and subcontractors with respect to all aspects of the preparation and negotiation of construction liens for private residential and commercial construction projects.
- Representing property owners and developers in construction lien negotiations.
- Informally resolving disputes involving all types of construction lien claims and related payment and performance issues as legal counsel for contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, property owners and developers throughout Florida.
- Filing suit to foreclose construction liens under Florida law, and prosecuting foreclosure actions to secure payment on behalf of contractors and subcontractors.
- Litigating construction lien disputes involving allegations of nonpayment, nonperformance and related crossclaims and counterclaims.