i got a notice of intent to file lien..Can i still make the monthly payments?Its for overpayment unemployment.KY
Aug 18, 2020
This platform is typically reserved for construction/mechanics liens. However, a notice of intent to lien is usually a final warning that if payment isn't received, a lien will be filed. If you are unsure of the implications of this notice, you should reach out to the party that sent the notice to clarify your rights and responsibilities following the notice.
As far as the specifics concerning unemployment payments, you may want to consult a more general legal forum where you can get an answer from attorney well versed in that topic, such as Avvo.com. Or reach out to a local attorney to give specific advice on how to proceed, the South Carolina Bar Association attorney directory would be a good place to start.