Filing a mechanics lien can be complex, as the mechanics lien laws vary from state to state, project to project, and within a single project, even from tier to tier. If you're unpaid for labor or materials furnished, you must wade through all of these requirements to make sure your lien form is completed and filed exactly right. Any tiny mistake can invalidate your rights completely.
Zlien has a proprietary web application that guides you through the applicable lien requirements. You provide the online questionnaire basic information about your project, and Zlien guides you through what you need to file and when.
The Zlien software not only helps you order the right product, but it also generates your mechanics lien form, assists you in finding the legal property description and property owner, and works to have your mechanics lien electronically recorded.
"It's a one-stop one-step process," explains Scott Wolfe, CEO of the company. "This software understands the lien law nuances so our user's don't have to, and enables anyone in the industry to professionally and affordably file a mechanics lien in minutes."
Zlien automates the process of filing mechanics liens, bond claims, stop notices, preliminary notices and notices of intent to lien for those in the construction industry, electronically recording any of these documents for one flat fee. Learn more at http://www.zlien.com.