I remember when my aunt's husband started a business in the Philippines many years ago. It was a construction and heavy machinery business and one of his biggest contract was the construction of the dam in Rosario, Pasig. My parents invested quite a big sum of money in that business hoping that they will get a very good return on their investment. Sadly, that did not happen and all their hard work went down the drain. There were contracts that were not paid by the customer and there was no legal action taken for reasons unknown to my parents. If my uncle took mechanic liens against his customers then he would've gotten a chance to get paid for the value of services he rendered. Filing a mechanic lien is complicated but Prolien.com and it's attorney-supervised service will work on making sure that it is properly filed and that your rights are protected. They also provide legal help if the contractor or owner of the property does not pay the bill. The owner of Prolien.com, Al Quintrall is an attorney and has 30 years experience in the construction industry. He has handled many cases involving Mechanic Liens and you will be assured that you are getting the best legal help in protecting your rights and your business financial interests.