Contractors whose clients will not pay them can turn to the mechanic’s lien for help. We have provided this free Notice of Intent to File a Lien Statement template to get you started. Click the image to get the free, downloadable template.
PLEASE NOTE: This legal notice should be served by personal service or by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, addressed to the last known address of the persons identified in the notice.
Do Not Mess Up Your Chance to Finally Get Paid
The state’s mechanic’s lien regulations must be exactly followed in order to obtain a favorable outcome. Unfortunately, many contractors reach out to an attorney after they discover they have made a mistake filing a notice of intent to file a lien statement. By then it could be too late.
Connect with Our Mechanic’s Lien Attorneys
Talk to our attorneys about the mechanic’s lien process in your free case assessment. Call 303-688-0944 to set that up or click here to schedule online.
At Robinson & Henry, we have a department of attorneys dedicated to Real Estate Law. This team is well-versed in Colorado mechanic’s lien laws, and they have helped countless contractors receive payment from property owners. Our Real Estate Team is here to answer your questions and guide you through the process of filing a mechanic’s lien from start to finish.
Robinson & Henry, P.C. is not liable for your use of this Notice of Intent to File a Lien Statement template. The firm is also not responsible for the claimant’s failure to complete the necessary legal steps to file a successful Notice of Intent to File a Lien Statement. We encourage contractors to speak with an attorney who is experienced in mechanic’s liens to ensure all legal requirements are met to avoid lien invalidation.