Do you have commercial tenants who are late on payments? Do you have business tenants that have moved out and have not paid their remaining balance?
If you have outstanding balances that are 60 days past due or older, it’s time to explore your options for collecting unpaid rent.
If you are located in Boston, Springfield or Worcester, and a commercial tenant has breached your contract, then it’s time to get serious about pursuing aggressive, legal action. Unpaid rent will hurt your business because you are missing out on money that is owed to you. Commercial leases are legal contracts that bind the tenant to pay their bills on time and to paying any additional charges they may face as per the contract.
Just because a tenant has moved out or is out of reach, does not mean they are not accountable for the money that they owe you. You can, and should go after them and seek to recover the bad debt.
With over 30 years of experience in collection of unpaid debt, the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC have been helping Massachusetts landlords collect outstanding rent and fees with a notably high success rate. We will fight for you and take whatever measures are necessary to collect your receivables.
Our aggressive strategy is to act quickly by filing for a prejudgment attachment on your tenant’s assets which may ensure that you get your money. We will sue your tenant and try your case in court.
What sets us apart from collections agencies is that we skip over playing the waiting game and get down to business right off the bat. We are no nonsense, and when all goes according to our plan, the first time your debtor will know that we are coming after them is after their assets have been attached. We won’t give up until justice has been served and all efforts have been exhausted to recuperate your money.
Alan M. Cohen and his team of legal professionals will consult with you, analyze your case, and determine the best course of action going forward. If you want to collect your unpaid rent as quickly as possible, don’t leave it up to a collection agency to get the job done. Hire an experienced attorney who knows how the system works from a legal perspective.
Call our office today at (508) 620 – 6900 so we can schedule your initial consultation and star working to try to collect your unpaid commercial rent!