Weldon L. Brown – CPM, CCAM
Superior Court Receiver:
What is a Receiver?
A receiver is a person appointed as custodian of a person or entity’s property, finances, general assets, or business operations. Receivers can be appointed by courts, government regulators, or private entities. Receivers seek to realize and secure assets and manage affairs to pay debts. For businesses, receivers seek to maximize profits and asset value, and either terminate operations or sell all or part of the company. When a receiver is appointed, a company is said to be “in receivership.”
Trustee/Special Administrator of Contested Estates:
What is a Trustee?
An individual person or member of a board given control or powers of administration of property in trust with a legal obligation to administer it solely for the purposes specified.
Expert Witness in Real Estate and HOA Court Lawsuits:
What is an Expert Witness?
A person who is permitted to testify at a trial because of special knowledge or proficiency in a particular field that is relevant to the case.