All posts by Alan M. Cohen

Hire The Attorney Other Attorneys Hire to Protect Their Clients

Choosing a good commercial litigation  attorney is difficult for businesses. How should you choose? One of the best indicators is who other attorneys trust with their clients. Time and time again out of state attorneys choose Attorney Alan M. Cohen to collect their client’s debts. Robert C. Moore, Esquire of STITES & HARBISON PLLC in … Continue reading Hire The Attorney Other Attorneys Hire to Protect Their Clients

Ex Parte Bank Attachments| Boston, MA Debt Collection Lawyer

EX PARTE BANK ATTACHMENTS HELP SECURE PAYMENT Brighton District Court —– A fruit and vegetable supplier’s customer became overripe overnight with no sign on the horizon of payment of the approximately $10,000.00 principal amount due. Not willing to write off the debt, the fruit and vegetable supplier calls me. I immediately review the file. The … Continue reading Ex Parte Bank Attachments| Boston, MA Debt Collection Lawyer

The Benefits of Hiring a Commercial Debt Collection Attorney vs. a Collection Agency

You’ve exhausted every effort in debt collection, maintaining a polite and professional demeanor while sending letters, making phone calls, making attempts at payment restructuring, or possibly discounting the debt in order to recoup some of the money owed. When the frustration starts mounting as much as the debt that is owed, it’s time to call … Continue reading The Benefits of Hiring a Commercial Debt Collection Attorney vs. a Collection Agency

The Massachusetts Attorney Other Attorneys Call to Litigate Commercial Disputes

Call the Massachusetts Attorney Other Attorneys Call to Litigate Commercial Disputes An out of state general contractor completed a project in Massachusetts for a Massachusetts business. One of the general contractor’s subcontractors claimed that it was owed more than $80,000.00 and had filed a mechanic’s lien. The general contractor’s Florida attorney called me in anticipation … Continue reading The Massachusetts Attorney Other Attorneys Call to Litigate Commercial Disputes

Mechanic’s Lien Prompts Payment

A Mechanic’s Lien Can Prompt Payment A building material supplier’s customer started delaying payments. The building supplier called me. After reviewing the files, I determined that documents forming the basis of a written contract existed. This allowed my client to proceed with a Mechanic’s Lien. I promptly prepared and recorded a Notice of Contract and … Continue reading Mechanic’s Lien Prompts Payment

Experienced Attorney Collects Commercial Debt

A marketing company called  me to collect its commercial  debt from an out of state debtor. Relying on my customer’s forum select clause, I filed suit in Massachusetts. Although the debtor acknowledged owing some monies, it disputed the rest of the commercial debt. My initial settlement negotiations with the debtor’s counsel lead to a token offer … Continue reading Experienced Attorney Collects Commercial Debt