Getting started is fast and easy with RCS Preliminary Lien Service, Inc.

1) Please complete the following: SERVICE AGREEMENT

This document must be signed and faxed to 602-279-3789 (or emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) before service can be initiated.

2) A $50 one-time set-up fee must be paid prior to any notices being sent. After the first pre-lien, we will bill you at each month's end. You can pay the monthly invoice by credit card (3% fee is added) or online check, which is Free to you.


INSTRUCTIONS TO PAY BY CREDIT CARD, AFTER CLICKING LINK BELOW: For Client Number type in RCS; For Account Number type in Invoice # . For “First Time” Users, under Account Number, type “set-up fee”.


We accept:


If paid by Credit Card – 3% fee is added. If paid by Online Check is FREE to you.


TO PAY BY CHECK fill out the form below

Name on Checking Account
Checking Account Number
Your Phone #
Bank Name
Bank Routing Number
Check Number
Check Amount (please enter dollar amount without the '$' or decimal point. (i.e. '50' instead of '$50' or '50.')
Check Date
Check Payee Name
Check Memo

After you submit the above, you can enter your

Why Hire a Preliminary Lien Service ?

Time is of the essence. If a company does not have the time to thoroughly research Construction Trust Deeds and verification for the project, it can be time consuming and costly. Let us do the research, perfect and protect your Mechanic’s Lien rights for you.

At RCS our primary business is filling preliminary notices. We have access to resources needed to quickly verify the information you provide. After researching the information on the Clients request and we find that a correction needs to be made, i.e. a typo in the address number or misspelling of an owner name, etc., we contact the client, report the findings and make the correction. For reasons stated above, it would be more cost-effective to hire RCS to do the work for you.

Notices & Mechanics Liens

RCS specializes in Preliminary Lien Notices and Mechanics Liens. Do you know the answers to the following questions? Maybe; but it’s important to know the laws behind your questions

  1. What is a Mechanic’s Lien Claim
  2. Who Can File a Mechanics’ Lien Claim
  3. Are “Pre-Notices” for Mechanics’ Lien Claim Required?
  4. Can a Mechanics’ Lien Claim be filed without a pre-notice?
  5. Is it necessary to file a Pre-lien Notice in order to make a claim against a payment Bond
  6. Questions regarding costs of filing Fees.

Also, mechanics lien filing requirements are strictly construed and interpretation can be somewhat confusing. Mistakes in filing a mechanics lien can leave a contractor or supplier without lien rights.

Please refer to our website Click “Resources” and view our 11-page manual for ARIZONA MECHANIC'S LIEN LAWS under Arizona Mechanic's Lien Laws which contains Table of Contents: Introduction, Preliminary 20-Day Notice, Lien Waivers, Recording Mechanic's Liens, Completion, Lien Enforcement, Bond Claims, Stop Notices, Time-Flow Chart. They can also view Lien Laws Basic Summary for the 50 states.

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