A Symphony of Wall Street Smarts … Main Street Sense™Florida Court-Appointed Receiver Services
Skillfully and judiciously preserving, protecting, managing, operating, and maximizing value for all stakeholders.
EDS Florida Court-Appointed Receiver Services are independent third-party neutral fiduciaries appointed by a court to take control of and manage a business or property that is involved in a legal dispute. The appointment of a Florida Court-Appointed Receiver is typically done to protect the assets of the business or property while the legal dispute is being resolved. The Receiver has the authority to operate and manage the business or property, and can also take steps to protect and preserve the assets until the dispute is resolved.
The role of our Florida Court-Appointed Receiver Services can vary depending on the specific circumstances of the case, but they are generally responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the business or property and ensuring that it is being run in a financially responsible manner. They may also be required to provide regular reports to the court on the condition of the business or property and any actions taken to protect and preserve the assets.
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 Receiver for creditors, attorneys, investors, and all stakeholders to preserve, protect, manage, operate, and otherwise 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 Receivership Services has earned us the distinction of being the only Court-Appointed Receiver 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.