Fuller & Beck provides a broad range of services to its clients, from drafting legal documents and preparing liens to representing clients in litigation, arbitration, or mediation.
Construction law and Business Development are our most significant areas of practice, however, we are also experienced and take cases in criminal defense, civil litigation, personal injury, contracts, real estate, agricultural law, and many other areas of law.
Whether you are in trouble, or want to avoid trouble, we want to help you.
Areas of Practice
Wills and other Legal Documents
Fuller & Beck Law Office is a small law office focused on litigation and handling necessary legal transactions for both individuals and entities. We believe in providing effective, affordable legal advice, and in assisting clients to reach a resolution and keeping clients informed and advised of options and choices.
We also believe in creating long-term relationships with our clients. Many of our clients use our services for a broad range of issues and have remained clients for decades.
Practical General Legal Information*
What information do you need to provide for Fuller & Beck to file a Lien?
The following list is what we recommend you provide so that a lien can be filed properly: (1)Owner's name and mailing address (verified by the County Assessor); (2) Physical address of the improved property; (3)Full legal description of the property (not just the tax parcel number; (4)subcontractors'/general contractor's names and mailing addresses; (5)first day material or labor was supplied; (6)last day material or labor was supplied; (6) balance presently owed after all just credits and offsets; (8) interest rate applicable; (9) interest accrued since last work or materials were supplied; (10) a copy of the most recent billing statement or invoice; and (11) a copy of any credit application or personal guarantee.
How can I check the status of my case?
In Idaho, you can check the Court's website to find out what documents have been filed in most cases. You can usually find out who the Judge is, who are the attorneys involved, as well as the dates of any upcoming hearings or trial.
You can check the Court's file yourself by going to From there you can enter a name or a case number.