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Michigan law permits any contractor, subcontractor, supplier, or laborer who provides an improvement to real property to claim a construction lien so long as the proper paperwork is recorded with the register of deeds and served upon the appropriate parties. Many subcontractors, suppliers, and laborers can benefit financially from legal representation before an issue arises. Our services include:

  • Reviewing the terms of the general contractor or AIA Agreement
  • Providing advice during the construction process
  • Filing and serving the proper paperwork to perfect your construction lien
  • Providing cost effective and pre-litigation resolution services
  • Defending breach of contract, Michigan Builders Trust Fund Act (MBTFA), and Construction Lien Act (CLA) claims

As attorneys who own commercial real estate, have reviewed construction prints, and have been intimately involved in the construction process, our attorneys provide a unique approach to subcontractor representation. We understand the issues that can arise during the course of a construction project. Our attorneys want to be a part of your success and deliver a favorable result to your construction company.