Posts Tagged ‘collections’
Why Arizona Law Firms Need Outside Collection Attorneys
There are many advantages to hiring outside collection attorneys to collect receivables owed to your law firm. For instance, if your firm does not engage in collections or civil litigation, it may not be equipped to handle the litigation. Also, if the client is already not paying their bill because they are mad, they are…Read More
When May a Subcontractor Lien (Residential v Commercial)?
Today’s post is another installment from last November’s Arizona Lien Law Seminar. In this installment we talk about the difference between residential and commercial projects and how that affects subcontractor lien rights. As a subcontractor on a residential project in Arizona, you ONLY have lien rights if you have a contract directly with the owner. …Read More
Arizona's 20-Day Preliminary Notice — What if the Project Takes Less than 20 Days?
Did you know that if you are a contractor working in Arizona, you have to send out an Arizona 20-day Preliminary Notice in order to have the right later on to record a Mechanic’s Lien? Properly completing and serving the 20-Day Preliminary Notice is a prerequisite to being able to record a lien. Recording a…Read More