Strong Counsel For Lien And Payment Disputes

The California Constitution and Civil Code provides construction contractors, subcontractors, laborers and suppliers the right to obtain mechanic's liens for unpaid work. Properly filing and enforcing a lien, however, is no simple task: The law imposes strict deadlines and notice requirements. Additionally, foreclosing on a lien requires pursuing a lawsuit, which can add more layers of complexity.

To protect your investment, it is wise to seek qualified legal counsel. At Buscemi Hallett LLP in San Diego, our lawyers represent contractors with lien rights. We have a wide breadth of knowledge and experience in overcoming the construction law issues that contractors typically face. Give us a call today to talk about your particular situation in a no-cost consultation.

What Type Of Dispute Are You Involved In?

With over 30 years of combined experience in construction law, our attorneys offer skilled legal guidance on all aspects of recording, perfecting and enforcing liens. This including issues such as:

  • Recording a lien
  • Stop work notices
  • Payment bonds
  • Lien release
  • Foreclosure

Providing You With Tailored And Strategic Legal Guidance

Our lawyers are aggressive litigators and skilled negotiators. We understand what it takes to resolve cases quickly, with minimum expense and delay.

We will tailor our guidance and counsel to your specific business objectives, working one-on-one with you to do what's best for your situation.

No-Obligation Free Consultation. Call Today.

Buscemi Hallett LLP is rated AV Preeminent* by Martindale-Hubbell and proud to be featured in San Diego Magazine's Top Lawyers list.

We invite you to arrange a free initial consultation with an experienced attorney. Call 619-821-9163, or send us an email. Evening and weekend hours are available upon request. Additionally, we accept credit card payments for your convenience.

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