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