Personal Property Attachments
When you need to collect the money you’re owed, you sometimes need to take aggressive and forceful legal action, while remaining within the limits of what is ethical and fair under the law. That is when you need the experienced collections lawyers at the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC.
Putting attachments on a debtor’s personal property is a lien on a company’s property and equipment. These attachments are displayed publicly on your debtor’s place of business and are recorded with the Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth. This lien makes it more complicated for a debtor’s company to sell assets and personal property. If they wish to do so, they must deal with you first.
Sometimes, the most efficient way to obtain payment in Massachusetts is a visit to your friendly neighborhood deputy sheriff, armed with a writ of attachment authorizing seizure of personal property.
For innovative, aggressive, ethical and effective collections tactics from businesses subject to Massachusetts jurisdiction, contact the collections lawyers at the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC. Our experience in personal property attachments may help you to collect your money.
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