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Get your lien and bond documents filed without leaving your home or office.

We get it – most contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers are worried about getting paid for the construction jobs they perform. Now, government offices are closing, and you are not receiving your payments. How can you file a lien and still social distance?

Fortunately, we have found a way to help you during these trying times. We can help you prepare your pre-lien notices, liens, and bond claims, have them notarized, and file them for you. You never have to leave your home!

Protect your lien rights, and the money you are owed with Texas Easy Lien.

These are not easy times – but even if you know you cannot get paid right away, you can’t give up your lien rights either. That’s where we come in. You can still protect yourself AND your business for the future with Texas Easy Lien’s affordable, easy online lien document preparation services.

Not sure what deadline requirements apply to your situation? Find answers on our FAQs page.

How Does E-notarize and E-filing Work?

It’s easy! Just select the document you need to prepare and after answering a few questions about the project and your claim, the document will be ready for your review and approval. Immediately after the payment is processed, you will get full access to your own account Dashboard where your company’s current and future lien documents will be displayed and stored. From the Dashboard, you can start the notarization process with just one click. All you need is a valid ID and access to the camera in your device.
Notaries are available online 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days a year.

While Texas Easy Lien has not fully completed the “do it yourself e-filing process”, we are offering to file your documents for you during these trying times of social distancing.

All YOU need to do is complete the notarization process, and we will email you a copy of the recorded document within 24 hours of the filing date you selected. That’s it!

Important

Since electronic filing is still subject to approval by a Property Records Office Clerk, the time restrictions should be considered. If the deadline to file your lien is the same day you are preparing it, it is possible that the clerk will not see it the same day – and you could miss your deadline. Although this is not common, you should always try to file your liens at least one day before the deadline to avoid the risk.

List of Texas counties currently accepting online filing

In light of COVID-19, the counties’ filing acceptance criteria is changing almost daily. If the county you need to file with is not listed below, we strongly suggest you call or email their Property Records Office Clerk directly to verify their current filing acceptance.

Anderson County Andrews County Angelina County Bastrop County
Bee County Bell County Bexar County Brazoria County
Brazos County Burnet County Calhoun County Cameron County
Carson County Chambers County Coke County Coleman County
Collin County Comal Count Cooke County Dallas County
Denton County Eastland County Ector County Erath County
Fort Bend County Franklin County Galveston County Grayson County
Gregg County Grimes County Guadalupe County Harris County
Harrison County Hays County Hemphill County Henderson County
Hidalgo County Hockley County Hood County Howard County
Hunt County Jefferson County Jim Wells County Johnson County
Kaufman County Kendall County Kerr County Lamar County
Lavaca County Leon County Liberty County Limestone County
Loving County Lubbock County Mclennan County Medina County
Midland County Milam County Montgomery County Nacogdoches County
Navarro County Nueces County Parker County Potter County
Randall County Reeves County Refugio County Robertson County
Rockwall County San Patricio County Scurry County Sherman County
Smith County Starr County Tarrant County Taylor County
Tom Green County Travis County Upshur County Val Verde County
Victoria County Walker County Waller County Webb County
Wichita County Wood County Yoakum County