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Los Angeles Mechanics Liens Lawyer

If you have a mechanic’s lien on property that is involved in a bankruptcy proceeding, the law gives you priority over other lien holders. To protect your rights, you should contact an experienced creditors’ rights attorney as soon as possible.

 

At the Orantes Law Firm, in Los Angeles, attorney Giovanni Orantes is dedicated to helping construction companies, contractors, suppliers and other business owners throughout Southern California protect their lien interests in bankruptcy. We offer a free initial consultation to look at the challenges you face and give you honest answers about your rights and options.

 

Perfecting Your Security Interests in Bankruptcy

 

A mechanic’s lien gives you a security interest in the title of property when you have supplied labor or materials to improve the property. Mechanic’s liens are commonly used in the construction business, where they may also be called construction or materialman’s liens. Without a lien, contractors and subcontractors have limited options to enforce payment for their work.

 

As the holder of a mechanic’s lien, you have priority over all other lien holders, including a bank or finance company that may have an interest in the property. As your attorney, I will show you how to perfect your lien to ensure that your security interest remains enforceable when the debtor files bankruptcy. Our goal in any bankruptcy case is to help you get paid as soon as possible.

 

Contact Los Angeles Construction Lien Lawyer Giovanni Orantes

 

For more information about enforcing mechanic’s liens in bankruptcy, call 213-389-4362 or contact us by e-mail to schedule a free initial consultation. Se habla español.

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