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Construction Lien Prosecution And Defense Lawyers

If you are a contractor who has not been paid for work, you may be suffering real financial pain. Lack of payment could even threaten the financial viability of your business. Property owners can suffer too, when threatened with a lien foreclosure.

At Galloway and Collens, PLLC, we represent lien claimants (contractors, suppliers and laborers) and defendants (property owners) in construction lien litigation. We work diligently to obtain results for our clients while protecting their rights.

For a complimentary phone consultation about a construction lien matter in the Detroit metro area, call us at 248-545-2500.

Construction Liens In Michigan

In Michigan, a contractor, supplier or tradesman has 90 days from the date of the last furnishing of material or labor to file a Claim of Lien.

In Michigan, construction liens are governed by the Michigan Construction Lien Act. This law specifies many rules concerning liens, including notice requirements. Failure to comply with these requirements can seriously damage the strength of a lien claim. There are many complex aspects of Michigan construction lien law and traps for the wary.

Attorney T. Scott Galloway can advise you concerning your rights and your legal options.

Whether you are owed money for work you have performed or you are threatened with a lien foreclosure, we can help. Our law firm can initiate foreclosure on the lien or defend against the lien. We will work hard to obtain satisfactory results in a timely manner.

Michigan construction lien law is complex, with many notice requirements and deadlines. To protect your rights and interests, the services of an experienced lien lawyer are vital. Galloway and Collens, PLLC, will protect your rights and interests at all stages of the legal process.

Get Legal Advice And Representation

Contact Galloway and Collens, PLLC, by calling 248-545-2500 to discuss your case with a construction lien prosecution and defense lawyer.