• Using Limited Purpose Receiver In Lieu Of Keeper

    Using Limited Purpose Receiver In Lieu Of Keeper

    As county sheriffs’ departments become financially strapped and are forced to cut services to meet ever tightening budgets, judgment creditors may seek appointment of a receiver to fulfill the duties traditionally handled by a levying officer’s keeper.

    By Patrick Bulmer

    Mr. Bulmer is a founding member and President Emeritus of the California Association of Judgment Professionals and is a past board member of the California Receivers Forum.

  • Using a Receiver to Sell Real Property to Satisfy a Judgment

    Using a Receiver to Sell Real Property to Satisfy a Judgment

    This article discusses use of a court appointed receiver to sell real property as an alternative to the statutory execution sale. Using a court appointed receiver to sell real property offers a number of distinct advantages over an execution sale.

    By Patrick Bulmer

    Mr. Bulmer is a founding member and President Emeritus of the California Association of Judgment Professionals and is a past board member of the California Receivers Forum.

  • Using Receiverships in California Marital Dissolutions

    Using Receiverships in California Marital Dissolutions

    When a marriage ends in dissolution, the emotional turmoil can bring out the worst in human behavior. Otherwise honorable spouses may suddenly start concealing assets, fraudulently transferring them, or removing them from the state.

    By Peter Walzer

    Peter M. Walzer has been a Certified Family Law Specialist for 23 years and is the founding partner of Walzer & Melcher LLP, a family law firm in Southern California.

Using Limited Purpose Receiver In Lieu Of Keeper

Using Limited Purpose Receiver In Lieu Of Keeper

As county sheriffs’ departments become financially strapped and are forced to cut services to meet ever tightening budgets, judgment creditors may seek appointment of a receiver to fulfill the duties traditionally handled by a levying officer’s keeper.

Using a Receiver to Sell Real Property to Satisfy a Judgment

Using a Receiver to Sell Real Property to Satisfy a Judgment

This article discusses use of a court appointed receiver to sell real property as an alternative to the statutory execution sale. Using a court appointed receiver to sell real property offers a number of distinct advantages over an execution sale.

Using Receiverships in California Marital Dissolutions

Using Receiverships in California Marital Dissolutions

When a marriage ends in dissolution, the emotional turmoil can bring out the worst in human behavior. Otherwise honorable spouses may suddenly start concealing assets, fraudulently transferring them, or removing them from the state.