Our philosophy is simple: We never give up. We pursue your debtor until either you get paid or no one else can get you paid. We treat your debt as our debt and tirelessly pursue debt recovery. We are the last name that your debtors want to hear.
When we first get a file in from a client, we look to see what the debtor is about, who it does business with, 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: No calls. No letters. Just Action through litigation.
A good Massachusetts collection attorney not only knows how to collect bad debt in Massachusetts but is driven to do what it takes no matter how long it takes to collect the delinquent debt. A good Massachusetts collection lawyer not only listens to his client, but he also keeps his/her client informed of everything that is happening in the case. 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. For over three and a half decades we have been protecting creditor’s rights.
Absolutely. A mechanic’s lien, when done properly gives certain individuals in the construction industry the right to have a security interest in the property that they have helped to improve. The beauty of the mechanic’s lien is that if you are timely and have the right paperwork, you can perfect a lien on property owned by a person or entity with which you have no contractual relationship. It is one of the only liens left that you may record at the registry of deeds before obtaining a court’s permission. However, the requirements of the Massachusetts Mechanic’s Lien Statute, c, 254, require strict adherence to the documents required to be able to record and perfect a mechanic’s lien and the time in which the lien must be recorded. At the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC, Attorney Alan M. Cohen has nearly three decades working with mechanic’s liens.
Prior to April 1, 2019, a foreign judgment from a sister state court could not be domesticated by registration. This meant that we had to file a new suit in Massachusetts to perfect and enforce your judgment.
Effective on April 1, 2019, Massachusetts finally adopted the Uniform Foreign Judgment Enforcement Act. Now out of state creditors have a choice, you can either go the registration route and wait until the new judgment is formally domesticated or you can still bring a new suit and immediately seek pre-Massachusetts judgment security so you don’t have to wait to begin attempting to collect your debt. The aggressive collections attorneys at the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC have more than 45 years of collective experience in not only domesticating foreign judgments but collecting judgments as well.
An ex parte attachment is an attachment sought and obtained from the court without notice to the defendant pursuant to certain Massachusetts Rules of Civil Procedure and Massachusetts General Laws. When the facts warrant, the courts may allow a creditor to attach a debtor’s property without notice where there is a sufficient likelihood that if the debtor were to receive notice of the attachment, the debtor would remove or encumber the asset. It is not common that a debtor will leave money in a bank account when given notice of a bank attachment. The Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC seeks, where appropriate, to attach ex parte the debtor’s bank account through “trustee process” (“bank attachments).