Atlanta, GA asked in Contracts and Construction Law for Georgia

Q: what type of lawyer do I need ? we hired a contractor company to redo the kitchen, it was a 45 day job still going...

The 45 days change to 3 months, 3 months still going, all we want them to do is fix what you mess up. We can't put the inside of the house together until they finish what they got to do. They want their money, we will pay them when they finish the job, on what they mess up. We will pay you for what you did but I refuse to pay you for work that you have not did or won't do, what type of lawyer do I need? Seeing the work speak for itself and a couple of recorded phone calls is all the evidence that's needed and we got that...

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A: You probably need a Georgia licensed attorney with construction law experience. Look for Construction Lawyers. I would probably look for lawyers on this site and then look at those lawyers you find here who have been rated AV by the Martindale Hubbell lawyer directory near where your home is located, if not in the same town.

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