Middlesex County AV Rated Commercial Collection Attorney Uses Reach and Apply Injunctions
Our Boston trained Middlesex County AV Rated Commercial Collection Attorney uses Reach and Apply Injunctions to make a difference between getting paid and getting stiffed. Recently, a lumber company hired Attorney Alan M. Cohen to attempt to collect from one of its customers.
Attorney Cohen checked the registry of deeds to locate any real estate to attach, but the debtor had none. After obtaining an ex parte bank attachment which caught nothing, Attorney Cohen subpoenaed the debtor’s banking records. The bank records showed that the debtor had recently obtained a deposit on a new project. Armed with this newly uncovered information Attorney Cohen immediately filed a motion to amend the complaint to seek a Reach and Apply Injunction. The reach and apply injunction sought to require the debtor’s new customer to make payments directly to Attorney Alan M. Cohen as attorney for the lumber yard.
The Court allowed the Reach and Apply Injunction and issued a temporary restraining order which ordered the defendant and his customer to maintain the status quo and prevented the payment of any monies between them. As a result of the aggressive and innovative tactics of our commercial collection attorney, Alan M. Cohen, the debtor immediately contacted Attorney Cohen who negotiated a favorable settlement agreement which if the debtor complies with will result in payment in full in two months and if he does not, an agreement for judgment and permanent injunction.
If your attorney is not a commercial collection attorney who gets the job done, contact the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC at 508 620-6900 or email Alanmcohen@collections-law.com.