Amicus Management is proud to have offices in Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, and Detroit. We’ve served as receiver in 48 Michigan counties and have also provided our services to clients in Indiana, Georgia, and Illinois.
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Amicus Management has served as a receiver in Michigan, Indiana, Georgia, and Illinois. We’re experts inand . Our president, Daniel Yeomans, has personally handled over 700 cases as a court-appointed receiver, broker, and advisor in voluntary workouts.
The secured creditor and its attorney are often faced with difficult situations and barriers. They need an experienced receiver and business advisor that can review options and consequences relative to the alternatives available at that time.
Shareholder and membership disputes are essentially business divorces. Amicus Management has employed the use of executive coaches and behavioral psychologists to engage in one-on-one and group meetings to create more positive work environments.
A divorce where a family business is involved can be particularly contentious. A receiver can be appointed to take over assets at risk of being depleted or disposed of including investment real estate, operating businesses, or other assets requiring unbiased management.
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.
Business owners experiencing financial difficulty or needing assistance to manage though disruption often select outside professionals to help navigate to improved results. Amicus Management will assess the business and provide recommendations to stakeholders.