To our Clients and Prospective Clients,
All of us at the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC extend our best wishes for a speedy recovery to those affected by the COVID-19 virus.
We are taking proactive measures to ensure the health and safety of our staff while delivering the absolute highest standards of service and support excellence to our clients.
Our staff has been encouraged to work remotely wherever possible and avoid unnecessary travel to avoid coming in contact with the virus. Our team is well equipped for remote and from-home work which it engages in regularly. You will continue to experience the highest level of service as one of our valued clients.
At this time, where most businesses are closed, it may be a good opportunity to take a deeper look into your accounts receivables to parse out the long outstanding debts. Although we hope that business will quickly get back to normal, it may not occur for your customers that were struggling before COVID- 19. It is fair to assume that some of those customers will unfortunately not be able to survive the economic downturn. Those customers may have more than one creditor, and in some instances the first to pursue a debtor has the best chance of collecting.
Although the courts are not holding hearings for the time being, most courts are open and receiving new complaints. If you are familiar with our practice, you know that we file motions for ex parte bank attachments with most complaints to try to obtain pre-judgment security so that when you win, you can get paid. We will be ready to proceed with collection efforts as soon as the courts open back up. There will be scenarios where some creditors get paid and some do not. We want to help your business get paid. Now is a good time to start putting your paperwork together.
We are also preparing mechanic’s liens so that you can be protected if the property owner, general contractor or subcontractor does not pay you.
If you would like to discuss how to get started, please give us a call at 508-620-6900 or send us an email at email@example.com. We are here to help you.
Our collections law firm works aggressively, relentlessly, ethically, and effectively to collect money you are owed. We don't just dabble in commercial debt collections. It is the core of what our team does.
For over 35 years, even lawyers have been calling us to collect their debts, and we have always provided experienced and relentless commercial debt collection services. Our firm has the highest peer review rating attainable from Martindale-Hubbell, the leading peer review rating entity for lawyers.Read more
Our philosophy is simple: We never give up. We pursue your delinquent debtor until either you get paid or no one else can get you paid. We treat your debt as our debt as we tirelessly pursue debt recovery. Alan M. Cohen is the last name that your debtors want to hear.
When we first get a file in from a client, we look into the debtor, including the other parties involved in its business transactions and what is posted on social media. From there, we determine which collection tactic would be most effective in swiftly collecting our client’s bad debt. Unlike others who write demand letters and make calls, we figure that you have already done that and want an aggressive and relentless debt collection action. That is exactly what we provide: action through litigation.
A good Massachusetts collection attorney is driven to do what it takes, no matter how long it takes to collect the delinquent debt. Listening to clients and keeping them informed of everything that is happening in the case is crucial. At the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC, aggressive, relentless, innovative and successful bad debt collection is wired into our DNA. We send a copy of every communication that we send and receive on your case to you.
At the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC, we not only file suit so that you can obtain a judgment, we also try to make sure that when you win that judgment, you are able to collect. In order to do that, we seek, where appropriate, ex parte attachments of your debtor’s assets.Read more
Effective April 1, 2019, Massachusetts finally adopted the Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgment Act. Although the law makes it easier to domesticate foreign judgments, it has only marginal impact on the enforcement of foreign judgments and getting you paid. The difference between domestication and enforcement is night and day.Read more
The “deadbeat shuffle” occurs when the customer says he will make regular payments but makes only occasional payments thereby…Read more