Document Creation for HOA

Business RepresentationAttorney: Stephen Whitmore

June 14, 2021 – Our Business Representation Team is skilled in helping companies carry out a host of legal matters, including document creation.

In this case, a company reached out to our business law attorneys for help creating complex documents for its new Homeowner’s Association Development. Our team drafted this company’s declaration, bylaws, and articles of incorporation that will form the new HOA.

Prepared Mechanic’s Lien

Contract DisputesAttorney: Stephen Whitmore

June 10, 2021 –  If a client fails to pay a contractor or a subcontractor, the contractor can utilize a mechanic’s lien. This means filing a legal claim against a home or other property. Filing a mechanic’s lien prevents the property owner from selling or refinancing the property until they have paid the contractor.

Our client, a licensed contractor, was putting tile up on a customer’s bathroom wall and in soap niches. Before he began working, he told his customers that anything fragile needed to be put somewhere safe. However, he was unaware that there was a shelf on the other side of the wall he was working on. Vibrations from his work caused a bottle to break.

Our client replaced the bottle. However, the opposing party refused to pay him the $3,200 he was owed from the job. Our litigation team helped the client prepare and record a mechanic’s lien. This resulted in the complete recovery of the funds due to him.

CDARA Letter/Contractor Demand

Denver Home Contractor Dispute LawyerAttorney: Stephen Whitmore

June 8, 2021 – When you hire someone to build or improve your home, sometimes things go wrong. When that happens, one available avenue of recourse is the Colorado Construction Defect Action Reform Act (CDARA). The CDARA requires that claimants follow the “Notice of Claim” process prior to filing a legal claim for construction defects. This process is intended to provide an opportunity for the construction professionals associated with the project to address the alleged construction defects and avoid litigation.

Our client contracted with a home builder to build a home that had several issues come up after closing. Our successfully assisted the woman in negotiating with the builder to agree to buy back the home.

Filed Mechanic’s Lien

Mechanic's LienAttorney: Stephen Whitmore

June 2, 2021 – If a client fails to pay a contractor or a subcontractor, he or she can utilize a mechanic’s lien. This means filing a legal claim against a home or other property. Filing a mechanic’s lien prevents the property owner from selling or refinancing the property.

Our litigation attorneys helped prepare and record a mechanic’s lien for a contractor who had completed more than $150,000 worth of construction work without ever getting paid. Now the property owner cannot complete any transaction on the property until our client receives the money he is rightfully owed.

Failure to Disclose Settlement

LitigationAttorney: Stephen Whitmore

May 4, 2021 – For most individuals, buying a home is the largest purchase and investment they will ever make. That’s why it’s important that buyers know all the facts about the property before they purchase it, particularly problems with the house.

In this case, our client bought a home that had significant structural defects that the seller failed to disclose. Our Litigation Team faced difficult challenges from the seller’s attorney and experts who disputed much of our case. However, Robinson & Henry prevailed and secured a significant settlement for our client.

Prepared Mechanic’s Lien

LitigationAttorney: Stephen Whitmore

April 30, 2021 – Generally, contractors do not enter into a contract with a property owner expecting major issues, like non-payment. Unfortunately, disagreements crop up and a contractor will be left unpaid. When this happens, a contractor can utilize a mechanic’s lien to force payment.

A contractor hired Robinson & Henry’s Litigation Team for help with this very issue. Our client had performed tens of thousands of dollars worth of work without being paid.

We prepared and recorded a mechanic’s lien on our client’s behalf so they finally get the money that is owed to them.

High-Dollar Real Estate Purchase

Real EstateAttorney: Stephen Whitmore

April 16, 2021 – An individual came to Robinson & Henry for legal guidance on the purchase of a multi-million dollar commercial office building.

Major real estate deals can be lengthy and involve unexpected complications. These types of issues were no match for our Real Estate Team which successfully advised this client through a number of delays and several modifications of the purchase and sale agreement.




Past results afford no guarantee of future results; each matter is different and must be judged on its own merits.