Thanks to our friends over at Wolfe Law Group’s Construction Law Monitor for their blog post yesterday recommending the Zlien Lien Pilot to contractors looking to get organized in the new year. Organization: A Secret to Managing Legal Messes discussed how good organization tools (and specifically web-based tools) can help contractors and others in the legal industry to avoid legal disputes and expensive legal bills.
In discussing how organization can help an organization with its legal obligations, the post says:
And insofar as your contractual and legal duties are concerned, if you’re organized and know what they are, you’ll have a much better chance of fulfilling them.
This is exactly what the Lien Pilot can do for your business.
Notice and lien requirements are hyper-technical and confusing. If your company is handling multiple construction projects, or working in multiple states, it’s nearly impossible to keep track of notice and lien requirements. Some clients reported that they used to keep track of lien and notice deadlines by inputted all due dates in Outlook – which, of course, required them to manually calculate the dates.
Zlien provides contractors with an easier way. You simply input your project’s details, and Zlien calculates all of the project’s notice and lien requirements and deadlines.
In 2010, make a resolution to increase your bottom line and utilize the nation’s lien laws to protect your right to payment on construction projects. Resolute your company to Lien Smarter in the new year, and sign up for a free account with Zlien.