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The Law Office of Rhame & Elwood primarily practices in Porter County, Lake County and LaPorte County, Indiana. Rhame & Elwood provides legal services in multiple areas of the law including: Criminal Representation, Family Law, Personal Injury, Real Estate, Wills, Trusts and Estates, Mediation and Municipal Law

Rhame & Elwood has provided these legal services for over 32 years. Over that time, Rhame & Elwood has built and strives to continue to build a solid reputation for top quality legal representation and advice.

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Mechanic Liens

Are you a homeowner that recently hired a contractor or subcontractor?

Are you a contractor or subcontractor performing work on a new home or remodel on an existing home?

Are you a business owner providing credit to a contractor or subcontractor for materials, tools or machinery for work performed on new construction or remodel projects?

Have you served or received a notice of intent to hold lien rights within the time required by Indiana law?

Did you know certain time requirements exists? Did you know that the time requirements are different for the type of work performed?

Is the notice of intent to hold lien in the proper form? Was it filed in the proper place. Have you received a notice to foreclose a lien?

Did you know that reasonable attorney’s fees can be added to the lien amount?

Do you know that an improper lien can result in a slander of title lawsuit?

Disclaimer: Thank you for visiting the web site of Rhame & Elwood. Please be advised that our Web site exists for informational and advertising purposes only. The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. Please seek legal advice from a licensed attorney in your state. We have provided ways to contact us, such as email and telephone, however, contacting us does not create an attorney client relationship, as we must also accept representation before the attorney client relationship exists. Please, therefore, withhold confidential information until such a relationship exists. We also attempt to keep all information on this site current, however, the information or law may have changed, and this site does reflect the most current information.