Getting in touch with a real estate lawyer from Farah Law Firm is the first step in giving you the asset protection you need. Don’t discover the value of such services after the fact.
When you owe or are owed money for construction on your home or business, a lien can be a helpful way to secure and protect the property while the dispute is being settled. Once recorded, a lien keeps real property from being sold before the debt is settled. Unfortunately, if incorrectly placed, a lien could either have no effect at all or could result in penalties or other sanctions enforced against the party who filed the lien. If you need to place a real estate lien in Texas, it’s important that you contact a real estate attorney to ensure it’s done correctly.
The statutes regulating liens in Texas are some of the most complicated in the country, so they’re best left to a real estate attorney who is experienced in handling liens and outstanding debts. You’re busy enough without having to figure out the rigorous drafting and filing requirements associated with a lien, and our attorneys are happy to take care of the difficult and lengthy paperwork for you.
Our seasoned real estate attorneys will take care of your case with as little cost and trouble for you as possible. Farah Law Firm’s lawyers will take the time to handle the details of your case correctly and diligently and will routinely communicate with you to keep you apprised of any new details and developments. Our main office is conveniently located in Mansfield, right in the middle of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
*Please note: Due to the costs involved and the favorability of land in Texas per contract and common law, we currently are not accepting residential tenant defense cases.