Your South Florida Construction Law Expert
Patrick Giunta, P.A. understands how the legal issues in a construction project can greatly impact a business’s ability to achieve its overall goals for the project. Whatever construction law issue your business is facing, Patrick Giunta, P.A. will work closely with you to resolve it.
For 34 years, he has been providing trusted counsel to businesses, developers and individuals seeking to build throughout South Florida.
He is a skilled negotiator and trial-tested attorney who strongly advocates for his clients in construction law cases.
Call 954-951-7995 to schedule an initial consultation.
Legal Help with Construction Contracts, Loans, Liens & More
Liens are one of the most effective legal mechanisms for addressing nonpayment in construction projects. When a construction contractor properly establishes a lien right on a property, one enforcement action it can take in response to nonpayment is foreclosing on the property.
If you are seeking to file a construction lien, time is of the essence. It is important that you understand your rights and obligations at every stage of the construction process to ensure that you can file a construction lien. We will provide you with the information you need and help you assert your rights to ensure fair payment for construction work and materials.
Additionally, Patrick Giunta, P.A. provides legal defense services to contractors and owners who are facing construction lien foreclosure actions.
If you are looking for help with a construction lien matter or another construction law issue, contact us online or call us at (954) 951-7995 for a free phone consultation.
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