Ex Parte Bank Attachment — Deadbeat Buster Newsflash

The use of ex parte bank attachment is one of many tactics used by the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC. When successful, the first time that your debtor will learn of Attorney Alan M. Cohen is after the deputy sheriff sends a copy of the allowed bank attachment motion to the debtor, after attaching its bank account. The war story below is just one example of what can happen when a business retains the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC to collect its commercial bad debt.

FRAMINGHAM …. One of your biggest customers is going to stick you with a $70,000.00 debt and starts buying from your competitor. WHO ARE YOU GOING TO CALL? ATTORNEY ALAN M. COHEN, THAT’S WHO!!!

Company X did. Within three business days, we filed suit and ex parte attachments were appropriately obtained. The day after the Deputy Sheriff served the bank attachments the deadbeat was in our office. It seems that the attachments caught over $70,000.00 and that this crimped the debtor’s style. Within a few days, the debtor had given a security interest in all of its businesses, a mortgage on its principal’s house, and a commitment to purchase more than $20,000.00 in new business. Our client recovered all of the amounts due, including attorney’s fees.

Don’t Let Old Receivables Get Away Without a Fight.

Our Clients Don’t.

 

Contact Boston Trained Attorney Alan M. Cohen at 508 620 6900 or email Alanmcohen@collections-law.com

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