Construction Liens in Texas Can Now be Prepared Online! TexasEasyLien.com Helps Contractors and Subcontractors Save Money and Time, and Get Paid What They’re Owed.
AUSTIN, TEXAS – Texas contractors have a new, better way to get the money they’re owed. TexasEasyLien.com is now online – a service like this has never existed in Texas. Contractors and subcontractors can prepare liens and bonds online, inexpensively – no lawyers needed. Commonly referred to as a Mechanics Lien, the technical term is Mechanic’s, Contractor’s, or Materialmen’s Lien, also known as Lien Affidavit, Constitutional Lien, or Construction Lien Waiver.
This is a new service for contractors and lawyers in the construction industry.
Liens are filed when a contractor works on a project but doesn’t get paid what they’re owed. Until now, contractors were required to hire a lawyer to prepare and file a lien, taking up valuable time and costing more than a thousand dollars. Not anymore. TexasEasyLien.com makes the process quick, convenient, and affordable.
“TEL frees up contractors’ time to focus on their projects,” says TexasEasyLien.com founder Tony Ciccone, a civil lawyer in Austin, Texas at KCB Law Firm – Kiester Ciccone Bollier LLP. “They no longer need to deal with the time, cost, and hassle of hiring a lawyer like me. I started this online legal service because I’ve seen too many clients not getting paid for their work. Now, my clients can prepare a lien themselves at TexasEasyLien.com in less time than it takes to drive to my office. That’s a game changer.”
Who can use TexasEasyLien.com?
Companies or individuals may pursue a lien include general contractors, contractors, subcontractors, sub-subcontractors and suppliers, architects, engineers, painters, flooring installers, masons, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, surveyors, and even commercial real estate brokers.
Those in need of a lien can visit TexasEasyLien.com and follow the simple, guided instructions. The entire process can be completed in about 15 minutes. Not all types of liens and bonds can be prepared online yet, but TexasEasyLien.com has the most important types – the company is eagerly adding services and plans to offer more types of liens and bonds in the near future.
Everyone across the Lone Star State can benefit from this service including in Austin, Central Texas, Travis County, Williamson County, Hays County, Houston, Harris County, Fort Bend County, Brazoria County, Galveston County, Dallas, Collin County, Dallas County, Tarrant County, San Antonio, Bexar County, Laredo, Beaumont, and everywhere else in Texas.
Fast. Simple. Affordable. TexasEasyLien.com helps contractors and subcontractors get paid what they’re owed. The service prepares liens and bonds online quickly and inexpensively – no lawyers needed. Commonly referred to as a lien, the technical term is Mechanic’s, Contractor’s, or Materialmen’s Lien, also known as Affidavit of Lien, Constitutional Lien, and Construction Lien Waiver. TEL was established in 2008 and is based in Austin, serving all of Texas.