Hoarding is a serious condition that affects millions of families in America. The effects of extreme hoarding can be heartbreaking and devastating. In these extreme situations, the courts may get involved.
How a Receiver Addresses Co-Owner Disputes Over Rents & Profits of Investment Real Estate
November 19, 2021
When an investment property is mismanaged by one or multiple partners, it causes countless problems. In addition to jeopardizing the relationship between the partners, this failure also puts the property at risk for lost profits.
The legal circumstances surrounding divorce are rarely straightforward. When it comes time to divide assets between a divorcing couple, things get even more complicated. Emotions run high, and arguments are common. Even when a judge determines the next course of action, people don’t always want to cooperate.
Imagine this — three siblings have recently inherited their childhood home. It’s a massive asset, and they want to make sure they honor their parents’ wishes and use the value of the home for the betterment of themselves and their families.
New COVID-19 Rules for California Property Inspections
November 23, 2020
Are you conducting safe property inspections during the COVID-19 crisis? The state of California has implemented new safe and healthy real estate procedures which apply to property occupants, real estate employees, contractors, and inspectors.
Appointment of a Receiver: Distressed Businesses, Corporate Dissolution and Liquidation of Assets
May 21, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has flooded people’s minds with unquestionable doubts and uncertainty. For most, life and work have come to a complete and unexpected halt. The economy has plummeted, forcing countless businesses to temporarily close thus leaving numerous people out of work. For businesses lucky enough to keep their doors open are suffering at the hands of a reduced workload. The pandemic has caused, and continues to cause, distressed business owners and corporate shareholders to restructure and adapt to these challenging times. Big and small companies alike are trying to avert insolvency and utilize various relief options to mitigate the hardships. Unfortunately, we fear that we are still in the beginning stages of these struggles with no definite end in sight, and the somber truth is that while some companies will sustain, many others will not. For those that cannot, a Court-Appointed Receiver can help ease the difficult process of liquidating company assets and restructuring corporate frameworks.