Construction law is a central part of our legal practice. Our construction law experience exceeds 25 years and a multitude of situations. We understand the construction industry and the types of disputes that arise between owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors, builders, architects, engineers, consultants, and material suppliers.
Experienced Construction Lawyers
Our firm’s experience enables us to deliver high quality legal services within a very complicated realm. Successful construction law services require specific knowledge of construction and contract laws coupled with a full understanding of construction terminology and what goes on in construction. We have the experience, knowledge and understanding to serve clients working in any part of the construction industry or involved in the construction process.
As experienced construction dispute lawyers we can provide expert counsel for any legal matter, and do not require our clients to educate us on the roles and responsibilities of the parties working within the requirements of construction contracts.
Our experience as construction law lawyers enables us to efficiently manage the routine legal aspects of a construction contract. Filing mechanics and materialmens liens and preparing bond claims are just two of the services we offer to our clients in the construction industry. We also review contracts and advise clients accordingly. When necessary, we file arbitration demands and represent clients at both arbitration and mediation sessions.
Services for Contractors, Subs & Suppliers
We represent contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in any level of mediation, arbitration or litigation. Having represented bonding companies for many years we can represent both you and your surety in any legal action. This means that there is no need for the surety to retain a separate law firm thus saving you and the surety from the burden of extra attorney fees.
Specific services we’ve managed include but are not limited to representation for:
We prepare Notices of Commencement and analyze contract rights against owners and claims and defenses in regard to subcontractors. We provide in-depth analysis regarding claims of lien and bond claims.
Subcontractors & Suppliers
Our services include contract review and analysis of contract rights against owners and claims and defenses in regard to subcontractors. We provide in-depth analysis regarding claims of lien and bond claims.
If you anticipate the need to file a lien please download our free Lien Information Form to organize the required information needed to file a lien.
We’re a full service law firm. We can help you even if negotiating fails.
When cases can not be settled without use of the courts, we file the necessary complaints and represent the client throughout the entire legal process. In the alternative, we also represent clients who have been sued and attempt to either have the case dismissed or negotiate a settlement. We are a full service construction law firm.
The attorneys and legal staff at the Merbaum & Becker, P.C. are available weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST. To arrange for a consultation simply call 678-393-8232 or contact us online.
Common Legal Services
Common construction law services that we provide include:
- Bond Claims
- Mechanics Liens
- Materialmens Liens
- Contract Review
- Contract Negotiation
- Trial Representation
Download our: Lien Information Form
Our services can facilitate a fair and equitable resolution for any construction dispute. From pre-construction contract reviews to post-construction dispute resolution our firm can help you with any situation requiring legal assistance.
We can represent licensed professionals who are forced to meet with a licensing review board. Alleged professional misconduct or negligence can have a profound effect on your career. If you are facing the possibility of having your license suspended or revoked we may be able to help.
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Through our network of attorneys we can provide collection services anywhere in the United States. This is especially important if your case requires representation in courts that are outside of the State of Georgia.