The attachment of a debtor’s personal property is an effect a common law device to put a lien on a company’s equipment, furniture, etc. The attachment gets posted at your debtor’s place of business for all to see and is recorded with the Office of Secretary of the Commonwealth. When a business attempts to sell its assets, they must deal with you.
Sometimes, all that is necessary to obtain payment is a visit by your friendly neighborhood deputy sheriff armed with a writ of attachment authorizing seizure of personal property. For aggressive, relentless, ethical and effective collections of delinquent accounts receivable from any business subject to Massachusetts jurisdiction, call (508) 620-6900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.