Collecting Old Debts

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 … Continue reading Ex Parte Bank Attachment — Deadbeat Buster Newsflash

Construction Litigation Attorney Collects Bad Debt

Sometimes even when you have done everything right, your customer “finds” a “reason” not to pay you. That happened to one of our clients when it delivered $42,000.00 of concrete to a job site. The customer admitted owing twenty grand. Yet, he refused to pay anything unless our client walked away from the remaining $22,000.00 … Continue reading Construction Litigation Attorney Collects Bad Debt

Deadbeat Buster Newsflash — Bank Attachment Collects 11K

You receive a letter from an attorney or accountant stating that your debtor is closing its doors and can’t pay you. Don’t give up. Our clients don’t. They call us. After receiving such a notice, our client decided not to just walk away from the $10,000.00 due to it from the debtor. It took action … Continue reading Deadbeat Buster Newsflash — Bank Attachment Collects 11K

Deadbeat Buster Newsflash– Old Debt Collected Within 30 Days

Business has been very good and the company has not had the time to closely monitor accounts receivable. Upon review, they notice a five year old debt in the amount of $20,000.00 which they do not believe is collectible. After talking with Attorney Cohen, they decided to see what he could do. Within two business … Continue reading Deadbeat Buster Newsflash– Old Debt Collected Within 30 Days