avvo-logo-full-color1Scott G. Smiley, Jr., founding member of Smiley Law Group, announces the publication of two Legal Guides on the lawyer rating web service, Avvo.com.

SEATTLE, WA (SmileyLaw) July 18, 2008 — Smiley Law Group founding member, Scott G. Smiley, Jr., published two Legal Guides this week with the lawyer rating service, Avvo.com.

The two guides relate to construction lien law in Washington state.

The first article, Construction Liens in Washington State, presents a general overview of the lien law landscape in Washington.

The second article, Filing a Construction Lien in Washington State, specifically discusses the lien filing process in that jurisdiction.

Both articles are great resources for any Washington contractor to learn a little more about construction liens and its legal requirements. Smiley Law Group also publishes information on the construction lien and its process on its legal blog, Construction Law Monitor.

The Avvo.Com Legal Guides “provide basic, important information about everyday legal issues. Written by qualified attorneys and Avvo staff writers, Legal Guides help you understand your legal situation better and know what to do about it.”

Scott Smiley maintains a profile at Avvo.com

About Smiley Law Group:
Founded in post-Katrina New Orleans in 2005, Smiley Law Group is a boutique construction law practice with offices in Seattle, Washington and New Orleans, Louisiana. The firm operates a blog on construction law matters titled the Construction Law Monitor, and prides itself on thinking different in the legal profession.

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Smiley Law Group, L.L.C.
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Seth Smiley
Seth is an attorney licensed to practice in Louisiana and California. He is the owner and lead attorney at Smiley Law Firm. To speak with Seth fill out the form on this page.
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