Why am I being asked to pay attorney fees if the lien and the judgement were satisfied and the lien was released?
A lien was placed on my property when I was unable to pay the remainder of a roofing job. When it was finally paid off, the debtor released the lien and I filed it with the court. At that point I thought it was over. Over a year later, the attorney is taking me to court to pay all his fees, even though attorney’s fees were already added to the final payoff amount. When I read Colorado law 38-22-132 it says “the property shall be forever released from lien, or notice of the commencement of any action relating to such lien” Does this mean that it should be over now since the lien was in fact released last year?