Construction & Lien Law
We represent clients in all areas of the construction industry including commercial and residential owners, general contractors, subcontractors, vendors, suppliers, and developers at all stages of commercial and residential construction projects – from conception to completion, including the resolution of disputes that arise.
We have experience in the diverse and often complex aspects of construction disputes. Our attorneys work diligently to represent your interests, striving to reach a positive resolution while remaining mindful of the need to keep unnecessary expenses in check. Our attorneys achieve quick and positive results by continuously exploring alternatives and developing creative solutions.
Our team approach allows us to draw on a wide range of legal knowledge and experience to address the spectrum of legal issues that can arise in construction matters. Our attorneys take pride in their willingness and ability to service all clients – ranging from small contractors and suppliers to owners to developers of major projects.
Construction disputes often involve contractors, subcontractors, and property owners in matters such as inferior workmanship, incomplete work, unpaid fees, defects, and bonds for public and private projects. The status of professional licenses with the Registrars of Contractors may be on the line.
In these important situations, your attorneys should be poised, professional advocates for you, backed with extensive legal knowledge and experience. The Heckele Law Firm, PLLC brings these qualities to your legal representation, and pride themselves on exceeding your expectations. We strive to build trusting and enduring relationships with our clients. We are committed to protecting your interests, eliminating potential problems before they arise and, more importantly, helping you succeed.
We assist clients with construction and lien law issues including:
- Contract Preparation, Negotiation, & Review
- Contract Disputes
- Prosecuting and Defense of Construction related Claims
- General Counsel Relating to Issues Arising Before, During or After Construction
- Bond Claims
- Mechanics’ and Materialmens’ Lien Claims
- Construction Defect Claims
- Construction Defect Defense
- Contractor Complaints with the Arizona Registrar of Contractors
- Private Payment & Performance Bonds
- Miller Act (federal) & Little Miller Act (state) Bonds
- Collection Matters
- Negotiation and Resolution of issues and disputes
- Alternative Dispute Resolution, Mediation, & Arbitration
- Construction Litigation
- Professional Liens