Reach And Apply Injunctions In Massachusetts
With nearly fifty years of experience, the collections attorneys at Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC fight to help our clients get paid using reach and apply injunctions in Massachusetts. We don’t dabble in debt collection. It is what we do. To have your bad debt collected by our aggressive collections attorneys using reach and apply injunctions call 508-620-6900 or email us.
Just because you have won your judgment in a court of law does not mean that your debtor is going to repay your debt without a fight. In fact, courts do not unilaterally enforce your judgment, which means that you’re still a ways away from receiving your payment once you receive judgment. With a time-limit on when the execution on your judgment can be enforced, you will need to move quickly and find an effective strategy to make your debtor pay up within the statute of limitations. Fortunately, there are lesser-known techniques legal in Massachusetts that the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC frequently uses in an effort to get you paid.
If a third party owes your debtor money, Massachusetts Law c. 214 Section 3 enables the use of a reach and apply injunction. What this does is allow you to obtain a court injunction ordering your debtor’s debtor not to pay the debtor directly, but instead to pay you. This eliminates your debtor as a middleman and helps to ensure that you get paid.
If you know with whom your debtor sells or provides services, then you may benefit from using the reach and apply injunction to get paid. The aggressive collections attorneys at the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC have over 35 years of experience using this remedy to get their clients paid when others have given up. We have creatively and successfully used reach and apply injunctions to prevent third parties from making direct payments to delinquent debtors who, absent the reach and apply injunction, would simply pocket the money and stiff their creditors.
The following story outlines one of the many instances in which we utilized our outside-the-box approach to do what we relentlessly fight to do — get our clients paid:
Reach and Apply Injunction Success Story
The client of a Massachusetts marketing company had decided suddenly that they no longer wished to pay the marketing company, leaving a substantial debt. The marketing agency made efforts to collect the payments that they had earned, but to no avail. With no luck, they called Attorney Alan M. Cohen to help them collect their bad debt. After doing some online research into the debtor, it was determined that the defendant utilized multiple online payment services, including PayPal, to get paid by its customers.
With this knowledge, we acted and filed a suit. We sought out, and eventually obtained, a reach and apply injunction precluding PayPal and certain other online payment services from making any payments to the debtor, who from here on will be referred to as Mr. Deadbeat. When Mr. Deadbeat eventually realized that his stream of income had dried out, he suddenly was more than willing to find a way to absolve his debt.
We then entered negotiations with Mr. Deadbeat to figure out a repayment plan. After a few weeks, Mr. Deadbeat offered to pay an acceptable amount to our client to repay his debt.
The use of reach and apply sets the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC apart from the crowd.
While most lawyers in Massachusetts don’t think of using a reach and apply injunction in their practice, the experienced collections attorneys at the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC remain a cut above the rest by regularly featuring this pre -judgment and post-judgment litigation tactic in our arsenal of effective debt collection techniques. The Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC know how and when to utilize reach and apply injunctions to get our clients paid.
As the lawyers that other Massachusetts attorneys come to for their delinquent debts and to help with their client’s, we are not a firm that just dabbles in commercial collection and has only read about reach and apply injunctions. Put our knowledge and experience to work for you. Our collection law services include mechanic’s liens, post-judgment collections business litigation, foreign judgment collections, and everything in between. The Law Offices of Alan M Cohen, LLC are prepared to strategically use any attachment and injunction available to help get you paid.
Other attachments that we use for bad debt collection, include, but are not limited to:
- Collect on Bad Checks
- Ex Parte Bank Attachments
- Fraudulent Conveyances
- Rule 65 Injunction
- Keeper Attachments
- Personal Property Attachments
- Pre-Judgment Attachments
- Real Estate Attachments
- Special Real Estate Attachments
As the lawyers that other Massachusetts attorneys come to for their own delinquent debts and help with their clients’ debts, we are well above the level of a firm that merely dabbles in commercial collection and has only read about reach and apply injunctions. Put our knowledge and experience to work for you and let the results speak for themselves. Our collections law services also use of more traditional means of obtaining pre-judgment security and post-judgment payment such as bank attachments, trustee attachments, real estate attachments regular injunctions and equitable injunctions. In addition to pre-judgment debt collection, we also have decades of experience preparing and enforcing mechanic’s liens, . post-judgment collections, judgment enforcement, foreign judgment registration, foreign judgment domestication, foreign judgment enforcement and general business litigation Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC strategically use any attachment and injunction available to help get you paid.
With over thirty-five years of experience, the collections attorneys at Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC fight to help our clients get paid using reach and apply injunctions in Massachusetts. We don’t dabble in debt collection. It is what we do. To have your bad debt collected by our aggressive collections attorneys using reach and apply injunctions call 508-620-6900 or email us.