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Lien Law

We prepare all lien and bond documents at fixed prices including the Notice to Owner, Claim of Lien, Contractor’s Final Payment Affidavit, Notice of Contest of Lien, Notice to Contractor, Notice of Non-Payment, Miller Act Notice, Request for Sworn Statement of Account, partial and final release of lien, and partial and final payment applications.

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Check Off These 3 Items Before Doing Roof Work

There are countless roofers out there who want nothing more than to get to work without having to worry about the red tape of roofing insurance and licensing. Although

Can a Contractor Charge Additional Fees After Receiving Full Payment?

When contractors work on projects, much of their work is based on educated guesses. It’s difficult to know exactly how much a project will cost...

Can Construction Defects Be Claimed on Insurance?

When a construction defect occurs, it can be confusing and upsetting. A defect can occur due to a variety of reasons, including poor workmanship, improper...

Can My Company Be Held to Honor a Contract If It's Underbid?

It’s extremely difficult to create an estimate or bid that accurately predicts exactly what the project will cost. Cost overruns and estimating errors happen. It’s ...

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