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A receiver is an unbiased third party appointed by a court
to carry its orders into effect. There are a variety of instances where a court might appoint a receiver, but they generally fall within one of the following categories:
  • Enforcement of a Court Judgment
    • In Aid of Execution
    • Charging Orders
    • Corporate / LLC Alter Ego
    • ABC License Sales (CCP §708.630)
  • Interim Corporate Management
  • Real Property (Rents, Issues & Profits)
  • Deed of Trust Foreclosure
  • Marital Dissolutions
  • Fraudulent Transfers
  • Criminal Profiteering (PC §186, et. seq.)
  • Aggravated White Collar Crime (PC §186.11)

CalReceiver specializes in small business receiverships, fraudulent transfers, asset marshalling and recovery, fraud investigation, sale of alcoholic beverage licenses under Enforcement of Judgments Law, and other general and equity receiverships.


Articles & Information

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Making the Case: Using a Receiver to Sell
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Using Receiverships in California Marital Dissolutions
An informative article by renowned family law attorneys Stuart B. Walzer and Peter M. Walzer, authors of California Divorce Handbook.

Geographical Areas Covered

All State Courts in California
California State Courts

Alameda County Orange County
Alpine County Placer County
Amador County Plumas County
Butte County Riverside County
Calaveras County Sacramento County
Colusa County San Benito County
Contra Costa County San Bernardino County
Del Norte County San Diego County
El Dorado County San Francisco County
Fresno County San Joaquin County
Glenn County San Luis Obispo County
Humboldt County San Mateo County
Imperial County Santa Barbara County
Inyo County Santa Clara County
Kern County Santa Cruz County
Kings County Shasta County
Lake County Sierra County
Lassen County Siskiyou County
Los Angeles County Solano County
Madera County Sonoma County
Marin County Stanislaus County
Mariposa County Sutter County
Mendocino County Tehama County
Merced County Trinity County
Modoc County Tulare County
Mono County Tuolumne County
Monterey County Ventura County
Napa County Yolo County
Nevada County Yuba County

Offices Statewide

North State / Sacramento
Oroville (530) 403-5920

San Francisco Bay Area
San Jose (408) 826-8064

Southern California
Santa Ana (949) 681-8086

You must be represented by an attorney to request appointment of a receiver through CalReceiver.