Wall Street Smarts … Main Street Sense™Court-Appointed Liquidator Services
Skillfully and judiciously maximizing value for all stakeholders.
A Court-Appointed Liquidator is an individual or entity appointed by a court to oversee the liquidation process of a company or organization. Liquidation involves the sale of assets to pay off debts and distribute the remaining funds among creditors and shareholders.
When a business faces financial distress or insolvency, a court may intervene to protect the interests of creditors and ensure a fair and orderly distribution of assets. The court appoints a liquidator to manage the liquidation proceedings, and this individual is responsible for identifying, valuing, and selling the company’s assets.
The role of a Court-Appointed Liquidator is to act impartially and in accordance with the legal framework governing liquidation. They are tasked with maximizing the value of assets for the benefit of creditors and stakeholders. The appointment of a liquidator by the court is often part of insolvency or bankruptcy proceedings.
For over 40 years in hundreds of assignments across industries and asset classes throughout the country, EDS has skillfully and judiciously served as Court-Appointed Liquidator for creditors, attorneys, investors, and all stakeholders to handle the disposition of troubled assets, real and moveable, tangible and intangible, in business disputes, commercial foreclosures, probate, divorce, bankruptcies, and myriad other legal proceedings.
Our award-winning Court-Appointed Liquidator Services has earned us the distinction of being the only Court-Appointed fiduciary in the country that the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) allows to conduct such services on active Superfund Sites.
And, we are pleased to serve as Court-Appointed Keepers for the U.S. Marshals Service for federal court seizures of assets under admiralty jurisdiction.