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California Iranian Construction Lawyer


Real Estate constructions can be incredibly hectic and overwhelming. Our California construction lawyer understands the issues that arise during a construction project. Aria Law Group represents contractors and people who hire contractors.

Our construction lawyer represent general contractors, specialty contractors, vendors, engineers, architects and any other person involved in construction in California. We also represent property owners, both residential and commercial that hire contractors.

Please call our construction lawyer if you have legal issues in the following areas:

  • Construction Contracts
  • Mechanics’ Liens
  • Contract Negotiations
  • Subcontractor Agreements
  • Defective Construction
  • Home Addition and Home Remodel

Whether a dispute with a builder is over poor quality of work or about having a construction lien lifted, most homeowners do not understand the complexities of the construction industry and the laws that govern its actions. With decades of combined litigation experience and a thorough knowledge of construction law, Aria Law Group in California, helps homeowners, business owners and public entities resolve their construction disputes quickly and efficiently.

Our deep knowledge of construction law allows us to handle a wide range of homeowner construction litigation issues, involving:

  • Unlicensed contractors
  • Design defects
  • Construction defects
  • Remodeling disputes
  • Mechanics liens/Stop Notices
  • Construction delay damages
  • Construction fraud claims

 

Construction Litigation Lawyer

When resolving a construction dispute quickly and efficiently, contractors can benefit from legal representation by an experienced construction litigation lawyer who understands how to handle a case from all sides. Our lawyers know construction contract rules whether a contractor performs work for homeowners, business owners, general contractors or subcontractors.

California Construction Lien Lawyer

Mechanic’s Lien Law

Establishing a mechanic’s lien or stop notice against a customer’s property for non-payment or other dispute can be an effective method of enforcing contractual rights on a public or private project. Most contractors do not clearly understand the hoops they must jump through to perfect the mechanic’s lien.

From the 20-day preliminary notice to a property owner, lender and another contractor, to filing a post-lien lawsuit in order to keep the lien valid, Aria Law Group guides contractors and design professionals through the maze of requirements for mechanic’s liens.

Our mission is to help you ensure a mechanic’s or material man’s lien does the job it was intended to: help you get paid on a project. If you need assistance starting or maintaining a mechanic’s lien, contact us today. Our experienced contraction law attorney can make a difference in the outcome of your dispute.

Contractors and Mechanic’s Liens/Stop Notices

While a primary and effective tool for enforcing payment, a mechanic’s lien can be removed if the complex rules and time lines are not followed carefully. We can help ensure the mechanic’s lien process on a private or public project is done correctly to prevent its removal.

Even if you are a subcontractor, Our California Mechanic’s Liens attorney will help you properly record and maintain the lien’s validity. In breach of contract and other contractor construction litigation, non-compliance with lien recording is not the only option for recovering what is owed to you.

We can explore other alternatives to help you get paid.

Done forget, evidence can disappear, witnesses can move on to other jobs, and subcontractors can go bankrupt. If you’re facing allegations of faulty construction or are a homeowner left with the prospect of expensive repairs, please contact us and discus your case with our real estate construction lawyer in California.

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