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Without proper guidance, the Colorado mechanics' lien statue can be complex and difficult to navigate.


Mr. Williamson has years of experience handling a wide variety of construction law matters for clients. A significant aspect of this practice involves mechanics' liens. Mr. Williamson is readily able to help clients understand mechanics' liens and explain how they can impact their business. Mr. Williamson has represented clients in all phases of the mechanics' lien process, including subcontractor and materialmen lien claimants, general contractor lien claimants, and property owners.

The Colorado mechanics' lien statute is a valuable tool in assisting general and subcontractors in getting paid from projects on which their services and materials are used. However, the Colorado mechanics' lien statute can be complex and difficult to navigate without proper guidance. Colorado mechanics' lien claims require strict compliance with C.R.S. § 38-22-101, et seq. and any failure to meet the requirements of the statute will potentially defeat the lien claim. We work hard to provide creative legal solutions and aggressive representation for construction disputes while protecting your professional relationships.

Are you a subcontractor who has not been paid for services provided to a general contractor?

Are you a material provider who has not been paid for materials delivered to a project site?

Are you a general contractor in a dispute with a property owner?

Are you a property owner who has liens filed against your property?

If any of the above applies to you, please contact Harvey J. Williamson at 303-716-9666 or

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