Fraud Court Appointed Receivership Specialists

When fraudulent activity is suspected or discovered, the victim is frequently a party that does not have full ownership or control of the business or asset. The victim may be a secured creditor, investor, or minority shareholder/member.

What Happens

Assets need to be secured quickly, managed, and in most cases sold. A court can grant a receiver broad powers to take immediate and complete control of the business property regardless of where it is located.

A receiver has the ability to commence litigation against third parties engaged in fraudulent conveyance to recover business property. At the same time, the receiver can work with legitimate players to preserve the remaining business components that may be salvageable.