St. Charles, IL Mechanic's Lien Attorneys
Illinois Lawyers Assisting with Real Estate Litigation
Mechanic’s lien disputes generally arise when there is a “hold” against an owner’s property as a result of an unpaid sum to a contractor, subcontractor, or supplier for work completed thereon. Under Illinois law, homeowners and commercial property owners are responsible for any construction payments as outlined in the contract between the property owner and contractor.
At Bochte, Kuzniar & Navigato, P.C., our lawyers are well-equipped to handle any mechanic’s lien dispute as we have over 100 years of combined experience in the industry. Each of our attorneys has extensive legal knowledge and understanding in the areas of real estate, construction law, and business law. If you are a contractor, subcontractor, or supplier who has not been paid for work or materials provided, we will assist you through the mechanic’s lien process. With our years of experience in the industry, you can entrust the attorneys at Bochte, Kuzniar & Navigato, P.C. to effectively draft, provide notice, and file your mechanic’s lien.
Mechanic’s Lien Against Your Property
Although mechanic’s liens are filed against the property owner, it is not always the property owner who is at fault. Sometimes, the property owner will pay the general contractor directly and it is up to the prime contractor to pay all subcontractors and suppliers. Unfortunately, even when payments have been fulfilled by the property owner, the prime contractor sometimes does not pay those owed. It is the property owner that pays the price as he or she is hit with a mechanic’s lien. At Bochte, Kuzniar & Navigato, P.C., our experienced litigators can assist property owners who face mechanic’s liens despite proper payment.
Mechanic’s Lien Attorneys Offering Exceptional Legal Services to Contractors and Property Owners
The attorneys at Bochte, Kuzniar & Navigato, P.C. assist contractors seeking payment from property owners through the use of mechanic’s liens, along with property owners who have already made payments for the construction work done on their land. Our attorneys have vast experience in the realm of mechanic’s liens, allowing us to help a wide range of clients in the assertion and defense of these claims.
We provide legal services tailored to your individual needs in the locations of Fox Valley, St. Charles, Geneva, Elgin, Batavia, Aurora, Wheaton, DuPage County, Kendall County, and DeKalb County. Client satisfaction is our number one priority. To schedule a consultation with one of the lawyers at Bochte, Kuzniar & Navigato, P.C., contact our law firm online or call us at (630) 377-7770.