In most cases, judges allow legal counsel to recommend the Court Receiver that will be appointed to oversee your case. There are some instances where the judge prefers to appoint the Court Receiver personally, but more often than not, the judge prefers to leave the recommendation of the Court Receiver up to the counsel of the parties involved. Regardless of which preference your judge elects, it is a good idea to have Us appointed as your court receiver in San Diego.
When this happens, the petitioning party may request that Receivership Specialists or Kevin Singer, the Court Receiver in San Diego, be appointed as Court Receiver to the action. The request may be made at the court hearing for the appointment of the Court Receiver or it may be made via moving papers. If the request is made during the court hearing for appointment of the Court Receiver, it is possible to have a Court Receiver, representing Receivership Specialists attend the hearing. This will afford Receivership Specialists the opportunity to share, with the court and involved parties, our qualifications and experience.