Irvine, CA, April 28, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The Cohen Firm, a law firm located in Orange County, recently launched a dynamic new website to promote their lease alternative practice.
The law firm is “breaking new ground” in its lease negotiations strategy for Southern California business owners who are struggling to stay on top of their lease payment obligations. The brand new website, www.lease-alternatives.com, explains to potential clients how The Cohen Firm renegotiates lease terms on behalf of commercial lessees to present a win-win result for all parties involved. The website provides a quick and easy way for business owners to contact the firm with questions or comments. Interested business owners can get an online response after describing their businesses’ lease situation to the firm.
The website also gives visitors an introduction to both Isaac Cohen, Managing Partner at The Cohen Firm as well as his approach for obtaining the best arrangements for the Firm’s lease negotiation clients. Mr. Cohen believes the new website presents an excellent opportunity to take The Cohen Firm’s lease negotiation practice to the next level. Online availability and exposure not only increases the speed and ease of the lease negotiation process, but also shortens the gap between solution-seeking businesses and solution-providers like The Cohen Firm. Businesses in Southern California that have been hit hard by the recent economic downturn can move out of survival mode (with a lowering of their commercial lease payments) and start to look at ways to start growing their business again. Achieving better lease terms is no small task--often the landlord must be persuaded they’ll be “worse off” if they don’t accept less money than the lease specifies. Still, finding lease alternatives is a vital concern for many businesses trying to make a profit on top of exorbitant lease rates. The new website, www.lease-alternatives.com is a good starting point for businesses looking for lease solutions.
The Cohen Firm is a law firm in Irvine, California, practicing primarily in the areas of Debtor Protection and Creditor’s Rights, concentrating in the fields of consumer and corporate Bankruptcy, Reorganizations, Commercial Lease Negotiations and Modifications and Out-of-Court Work-Outs. For further information regarding negotiating and reworking the terms of an existing commercial lease, please contact Isaac Cohen, Esq. at 949-900-6700 or at email@example.com. Learn more about The Cohen Firm’s commercial lease negotiations program by visiting their commercial lease dedicated website, www.Lease-Alternatives.com.