[QUOTE=JosephCastille;4185405]Go to www.nationallienlaw.com
and buy a "notice of intent to file lien" $15-20, it'll give you a PDF that you can use unlimited times for whatever accounts/addresses you need to. Then if after 2 weeks they haven't responded for payment, buy the lien (another 15-20 bucks) and you can use it unlimited times.
This way, you're only out of pocket $40 or so and you get to use the form for the rest of your business life. It's way cheaper than $300 per lien x 8 homeowners.
With the "intent to file lien", I would send a brief cover letter to each homeowner stating .....
Thanks for the info, ill keep that im mind. We went to court and got everything taken care of.
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