Announcing ExpressLien.Com - A New Smarter Way to Lien

Share Article has launched and is now serving contractors in Washington and Louisiana. The new service uses web 2.0 technology to file liens for contractors, and brags that its liens are filed for a fraction of what it would cost to hire an attorney and twice as fast.

Washington and Louisiana contractors now have an affordable answer to their cash flow problems and non-paying projects:

The new online liening service uses web 2.0 technology to assist contractors of all sizes in preserving and acting upon their lien rights.

"Contractors write off debts all the time because of associated legal costs," says Scott Wolfe, founder of Express Lien, L.L.C. and a construction law attorney. "A lien is an incredibly powerful collection tool, and this service makes it more attainable. Express Lien brings an affordable option to the table."

The service brags that its liens are filed for a fraction of what it would cost to hire an attorney, and twice as fast.

A lien can be ordered from anywhere with an internet connection or by calling (866) 790-7881. Orders are made in less than 10 minutes, and the base processing fee is only $235.00.

"You go online, fill out the form and your lien is on the books within three days," says Richard Lewis, owner of Professional Building Supplies and an client. "Express Lien does all the work, even sending notice of the lien to property owners."

"It's a game-changer for contractors," says Wolfe. "Regardless of how small the debt, the contractor can justify the costs of ExpressLien, and protect its rights to get paid for its work."

Express Lien, L.L.C. is a Washington company with full-time offices in Seattle, WA and New Orleans, LA. Express Lien files liens everywhere in the states of Washington and Louisiana. The service plans to expand into Idaho, Oregon, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, and Tennessee by June 2008. To learn more about ExpressLien visit

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