Dedicated Construction Lien Attorney At Your Side
Has a construction lien been placed on your property? Here at the law offices of Kline Legal Group, P.L.C., our experienced construction law lawyers represent homeowners, small businesses and subcontractors in construction lien matters. We can face a wide range of cases, including financing issues, negotiations, contract arbitrations and forced foreclosure proceedings.
Our attorneys understand how complicated construction lien cases can be. A lien can affect a homeowner’s ability to refinance a construction loan, and this can lead to a forced sale of the home. We know how much is at stake in cases like this, and we can help you get the outcome you deserve. If you have any questions regarding construction liens, contact an attorney at our law offices immediately.
You Have Rights, And We Can Protect Them
The Michigan Construction Lien Act (CLA) allows Michigan residents who make improvements to a property, including subcontractors and contractors, to place a lien on the improved property that secures payment. If payment is not received, the lien holder can pursue a foreclosure lawsuit. If successful, the lien holder can force the sale of the property to satisfy their claim against the property.
We Know How To Bring A Quick Resolution To Your Case
Our lawyers understand how important it is to resolve lien disputes efficiently and effectively. From financing concerns to foreclosure, a lien on your home can result in serious consequences. Owning a home is an important part of the American dream, and we tirelessly protect our clients’ rights as homeowners. We understand how important it is to resolve disputes quickly.
We are always looking for the best course of action for our clients. In some cases, arbitration or mediation can sometimes lead to positive resolutions in days or weeks as opposed to a year or more of traditional litigation. While we understand how important it is to resolve disputes quickly, we also won’t recommend a settlement that isn’t in your best interests.