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As most contractors already know, sometimes the most cost-effective, hassle-free solution to a problem is simply a matter of selecting the right tool and using the right person for the job. While filing a mechanic’s lien is not a guaranty, it is often the right tool to help you recover your money.

Can We Help You?

If you have performed work or delivered materials to a project in New York, and you remain unpaid for the work or materials, may be able to assist you. is a lien preparation and filing service of the Manhattan law firm Weidenbaum & Harari, LLP. If you believe you may qualify to file a mechanic’s lien to protect your rights and to collect money owed to you, we recommend that you complete our simple online form.

Once you have completed the form, an attorney will review the information, and if appropriate, collect the necessary fee and file the mechanic’s lien on your behalf. The fee for preparation is $350.

Please provide a few details about your lien:

Why Choose Us?

Weidenbaum & Harari, LLP, is a well-established law firm with many years of experience in real estate, construction and commercial litigation. Our attorneys and paralegals are trained to identify issues specifically related to the filing of mechanic’s liens in New York City and the surrounding area. There are certainly other places you could go to file a mechanic’s lien, but the real question is: why would you want to?

Weidenbaum & Harari, LLP can also assist in the location of labor and material payment bonds that may exist on public and/or private projects, and in the preparation of claims against bond companies under such bonds. Please contact an attorney at the firm to discuss this further.

Please refer to our FAQ page for more information on this topic

Recent Liens

New York City School Construction Authority, Project: IS 48Q

Project: 100 Congress Street, Brooklyn, New York

Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, Project: John Jay College of Criminal Justice

New York City School Consturction Authority, Project: PS 95