Colorado Senate Bill 211 Signed into Effect


On June 29, 2020, Governor Polis signed Senate Bill 20-211 into effect.  Considering the devastation of COVID-19, Senate Bill 20-211 places a temporary prohibition on extraordinary collectionsactions.  This includes “an action in the nature of an attachment, garnishment, levy, or execution to collect or enforce a judgment or debt.”  SB 20-211 outlines requirements that a creditor must follow if it…

Colorado Senate Bill 211 Signed into Effect2020-08-17T14:08:56-05:00



It is an all too familiar occurrence.  You’ve completed work for a client and they refuse to pay.  Now what?  Luckily you don’t have to figure out the next steps on your own.  can help you collect overdue receivables.  Whether it is a homeowner or a general contractor, we are here to help.  Here are the top five reasons why…


Specific Instances You Can File a Mechanic’s Lien


As a contractor, you probably take great pride in the work you do for your clients. Whether you enjoy bringing a project to fruition or helping others in their time of need, working in the construction field can be fulfilling in numerous ways. However, while contracting on several projects with a wide variety of people, you probably want to do…

Specific Instances You Can File a Mechanic’s Lien2019-04-25T05:00:00-05:00