court appointed receiverships
We’ve worked with court-appointed receivers over the years on highly complex and sophisticated cases.
Our best work is done at the outset, when the court first appoints the receiver. We quickly: (1) determine the interrelationships of the various parties and (2) find the assets.
Because our work is so foundational, most of our investigations are conducted before any subpoenas are issued or other professionals are brought in.
We quickly identify:
We investigated the business and personal relationships, partners and associates of a highly sophisticated, court-savvy subject to determine where and how assets were being hidden from a court-appointed receiver. We compiled a matrix of complex financial transactions between the parties, creating timelines and documenting a variety of unusual property swaps. Our investigation documented that one of the subject’s attorneys established a bogus company to help her client hide money.