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Construction Law

Phased Development
Hawkins Law offers experienced legal counsel to property developers in the documentation of financing strategy for construction loans for phased developments.  From single-use to mixed use, multi-phase commercial development, Hawkins Law helps our clients throughout the borrowing process.


Contract Negotiation

Hawkins Law offers negotiation and contract preparation services for commercial and residential construction projects.  From single-family custom homes to mixed-use, multi-phase commercial developments, our clients trust Hawkins Law to prepare and negotiate construction contracts that get the work done.


Construction Financing

Hawkins Law offers experienced representation as borrower’s and lender’s counsel for construction loans and financing strategy.


Local Bid Presentation

Hawkins Law offers local bid presentation/delivery services for out-of-town contractor bidders.


Mechanics Liens

When and how to file a mechanics lien can be a confusing task.  Knowledge of when to file and how to perfect the lien make the difference between securing the lien and receiving payment for work performed and filing an insufficient lien that is ultimately disregarded by the Court.

Hawkins Law represents contractors, material suppliers, engineers and architects.  We prepare mechanics liens, architects and engineers liens (Kentucky), lien waivers and lien release documents.  Hawkins Law also offers experienced representation in lien foreclosure actions.


Draw Affidavits

Hawkins Law and Hawkins Title provide draw affidavit services to property developers, lending institutions and contactors for commercial and residential construction projects.


Collections

In addition to mechanics lien filings and mechanics lien foreclosure actions, Hawkins Law provides experienced representation in other areas of construction collections litigation.

Expiration of the mechanics lien filing period does not eliminate the possibility of collection of amounts due.  Specific performance and other related aspects of the purchase agreement can often provide adequate grounds for a collection action.  Contact Hawkins Law for help with construction related collections litigation.

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