Pre-Judgment Attachments

"Relentless Collection Attorneys"

Alan Cohen

Alan CohenAt the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC, we not only file suit so that you can obtain a judgment, we also try to make sure that when you win that judgment, you are able to collect. In order to do that, we seek, where appropriate, a pre-judgment attachment including ex parte attachments of your debtor’s assets. The ex parte attachments could be one or a combination of bank attachments, real estate attachments, personal property attachments, Rule 65 injunctions, equitable injunctions, reach and apply injunctions and/or keeper attachments.

Not only can the pre-judgment attachment be sought without notice, but we also seek those attachments and injunctions with notice. The purpose of the attachments and injunctions is to attempt to maintain the status quo of your debtor’s assets. We diligently and relentlessly work to try to ensure that the debtor is not able to dissipate its assets while the suit is progressing. This is important because the sole purpose of collection litigation is to get you paid.

With over thirty-five years of experience in collecting bad debt and enforcing creditor’s rights, the experienced collections attorneys at the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC know how to aggressively, relentlessly and innovatively collect monies from your debtors. Call us today at (508)620-6900 or email so that you can spend your time making money and leave the collections to us.

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