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Alan Cohen

Collection Litigation vs. Continued Letter Writing: Get Serious About Getting Paid?

If you’re continuously sending demand letters to a debtor who just isn’t ready to pay you back, it’s time to change your strategy.

All you do is send your debtors warning letters and they are likely to throw them away without even reading them.

Whose loss is it?

It’s yours.

You waste your valuable time, resources and energy on sending demand letters that have minimal chances of getting paid.

If you are serious about getting paid then get in touch with the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC.  Our experienced Massachusetts debt collection lawyers will pursue your case aggressively and relentlessly until either you get paid, or no one can get you paid.  We don’t just cut off low hanging fruit. We cut down the entire tree if that is what it takes to get you paid. We don’t mess around with collections.

Unlike debt collection agencies that rely on demand letters and phone calls, we opt for collection litigation. We take legal actions against the debtor. Our dogged pursuit of debtors has been proven to deliver positive results. We not only help you recover debt payments but save your time and resources, which you can invest in other handling other important areas of your business. In short, we spend our time chasing down and collecting bad debt so that you can spend your valuable time and resources making money.

Our Course of Action

Once you hire us to collect your bad debt, our attorneys start working on your case. We will research your debtor’s Massachusetts assets and then determine the best manner for you to get paid from those assets. Once the initial strategy is set, and yes strategies change as cases develop and information is learned, we then prepare the complaint and appropriate prejudgment attachment motions to try to make sure that when you win your case, there are assets available to pay you back. We often use ex-parte motions, to try to protect assets from dissipating. In an ex parte attachment, the debtor will not be informed about our attachment motion until after the sheriff has completed the attachment and lets them know about it.

By seizing and freezing the debtor’s assets, the debtors may not use, sell, or transfer the attached assets. As soon as judgment has entered against the debtor, and in most instances contemporaneous with the entry of judgment, the Law offices of Alan m. Cohen LLC requests that the court tell the bank holding attached funds to release them to our client to be applied to the judgment debt.

At the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC, we don’t write letters. We don’t make calls. We just bring action and we don’t stop until we either collect your debt or no one else can.

If you want relentless aggressive bad debt collection and your tired of letting the debtor set the time schedule for payment, if ever, call the experienced debt collection attorneys at the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC at (508) 620-6900 or email at  Spend your time making money. Leave the collections to us!

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