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Court Appointments

Advice built on trust.

When relationships end – whether personal or business – tempers can flare and disagreements can become contentious. When accusations of mismanagement, malfeasance, or misappropriation are made, courts may require the appointment of a neutral third-party receiver or special master to balance the interests of both parties.

Does your case need the input of a special master with knowledge of financial forensics? Would a neutral third party who can analyze your documents without bias mitigate the stress of your case? Does your situation involve financial details that make computing damages difficult?

The multi-disciplinary professionals at BeachFleischman have extensive experience serving as special masters in a variety of fraud, bankruptcy, restructuring, and divorce cases. Adding a neutral can help alleviate angry exchanges and allow information to be presented in a fair and equitable manner. Whether the situation calls for someone to weigh in on complicated financial statements, serve as a receiver to protect assets during a legal dispute, or reconstruct historical information in a Chapter 11 case, we are there to provide objective expertise so the case can come to a fair end.

Previous court appointments
  • Bankruptcy Examiner
  • Chapter 11 Trustee
  • Compliance Monitor
  • Federally Authorized Tax Practitioner in Marital Dispute
  • Liquidating Agent/Trustee
  • Operating Company Receiverships
  • Special Master
  • Successor Trustee in Probate Disputes

Partner with our financial forensics team!

BeachFleischman’s financial forensics team can carefully analyze your company’s financial situation and make the decisions necessary to keep it from faltering. Additionally, you can rely on our tax, assurance, and comprehensive advisory services to complete your financial team. If you would like to set up a consultation, please complete the form. We look forward to connecting with you.

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