Are you a creditor located outside Massachusetts with a debtor doing business in Massachusetts? Does this debtor refuse to pay your invoices even after repeated payment requests? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a brief overview of tactics a skilled and experienced attorney uses in order to collect money on behalf of an … Continue reading Commercial Debt Collection for Out-of-State Creditors
Your commercial tenant has stopped paying rent with only a few months left on the lease. Although you try to find out their intentions and collect your money, the tenant remains silent. You know that if you wait until the tenant vacates, you may not know where to find them. Deciding enough was enough, the … Continue reading Attorney Alan M. Cohen Collects Commercial Debt when Tenants Stop Paying Rent
You’re a materials supplier for a developer who built several houses. Suddenly your valued developer becomes a slow, then no paying deadbeat. You learn that your deadbeat’s proverbial ship has sunk and that its assets are substantially less than its liabilities. Fortunately you have written offers and acceptances forming a written contract thereby entitling you … Continue reading Working Through Massachusetts’ Complicated Mechanic’s Lien
Despite all efforts to collect money from a client – letters, phone calls, and other ineffective attempts – your client or customer is unwilling to pay or even respond for that matter. So what do you do? You make a decision stop wasting valuable resources and hire a debt collection attorney who will work on … Continue reading Looking for Business Debt Collection Services? Consider These 3 Things First.
Seasoned Commercial Litigator Efficiently Resolves Business Disputes I have successfully resolved numerous contract and business disputes. Whether involving contract, construction, commercial real estate or shareholder issues, I have over thirty years of experience of effectively advancing my clients’ interests. I am a seasoned negotiator and litigator. I work hard to make sure that I … Continue reading Seasoned Commercial Litigator Efficiently Resolves Business Disputes
A plumbing supplier’s long time customer was behind in payments to the tune of more than $30,000. The supplier never had the debtor fill out a credit application or personal guaranty which should have included an interest and attorneys fees clause. It did, however, include those provisions in its invoices and statements. When the debtor refused … Continue reading Attorney Collects $90,000.00.
A commercial property owner, after paying all of Company “B’s” requisitions, develops deadbeatitis on the fabled “last payment” for almost $6,000.00. Company “B” called us. We appeared ex parte and obtained a bank attachment and personal property attachment. The Deputy Sheriff, armed with the personal property attachment convinced the debtor that calling us would be … Continue reading Personal Property Attachment = Full Debt Collection
A doctor hires a lawyer to help him buy a high tech company. Although promising to pay the attorney’s bill, the doctor makes only sporadic payments. Before long, the good doctor became Dr. Deadbeat to the tune of $80,000.00. The Attorney hired Attorney Alan M. Cohen for his bad debt collection. Knowing that we could … Continue reading Debt Collection Yields Nearly 70K
An old customer has been stringing you along with promise after broken promise. The customer buys new materials from you on a COD basis. The old receivable hit the back burner. After more than five years of occasional COD purchases, the customer starts buying from your competitors and refuses to pay. Don’t give up on … Continue reading Attorney Alan M. Cohen Collected 300K in Old Debt Within 20 Days
A couple hire an attorney to negotiate a work out with the Internal Revenue Service. The attorney convinces the IRS not to seize his client’s wages but to accept a reasonable settlement. The happy clients then promptly rewarded the attorney by stiffing him. While crying poverty, the now deadbeats purchased a new home for more … Continue reading Wage Garnishment Results in Full Debt Collection