Court Appointed Support: Troubled Debt Restructuring, Receivership Services, and Bankruptcy

We live in uncertain times and many once successful businesses are today experiencing reduced revenues and profits, stronger competition, and restricted capital resources, which serve to create financial difficulties through deteriorated cash flows. When these events collide, it is important to properly identify root causes to problems, determine feasible actions to mitigate risk, and evaluate realistic chances for success. Reagan FVL has served as Court Appointed Examiners in resolving disputes between debtors and their creditors, enabling businesses to return to profitable operations, and successful transitions from bankruptcy protection.

“I believe integrity and honesty are the most fundamental characteristics needed of any leader. I have witnessed Greg be consistent in this area in both his professional and private life. He truly desires to do the right thing and is reliable in his commitments.”

– Amy H., CPA

“Greg is competent and confident in his expertise, yet without a hint of arrogance. He is pleasant to work with. He is thorough, articulate, and accomplished at analytics.”

– Thomas D., Business CEO

Court Appointed Receivers should be specially qualified financial experts who understand how to safeguard assets and protect overall business value. Reagan FVL has the experience and knowledge to manage and help turn-around financially troubled entities, ensuring the continuity of operations, the safeguarding of assets, the preservation of employees, and oversight of financial and personnel benefit matters. Court ordered receivership services could be an invaluable resource to the owners of companies involved in litigation to ensure the preservation of their businesses. Reagan FVL can serve as a special master who determines a fair and equitable resolution to financial disputes.

The bankruptcy courts, not unlike other courts, frequently have more cases to manage than resources with which to manage, evidenced by the backlog of unresolved cases. Frequently, large complex cases can become stuck in the process much longer than is necessary and the costs of the administrative bankruptcy process can become a self-fulfilling prophecy. A Court Appointed Examiner can be useful in reducing conflict, establishing agreement, and developing an equitable and reasonable basis upon which to facilitate a faster resolution to the disputes at hand.

Industry Experience

  • Agribusiness
  • Asphalt Paving
  • Automobile Manufacturers & Dealers
  • Automobile Body Shops
  • Automobile Repair Services
  • Background Search
  • Banking and Financial Institutions
  • Business Consulting
  • Coal Mining Cable Repair
  • Common Interest Realty Associations
  • Computer Software Development
  • Concrete and Cement Products
  • Construction & Specialty Contractors
  • Country Clubs
  • CPA Firms
  • Distribution: Automobile Parts, Hardware & Industrial Supplies, Machinery & Equipment, Petroleum Products, Plumbing, Safety Products, Solar Energy Panels, and Others
  • Educational Institutions
  • Electrical Service Contractors
  • Employee Benefit Plans
  • Employment Services
  • Franchising
  • Government Contractors
  • Health Care & Equipment Sales
  • Heavy Equipment
  • Machine Tooling
  • Manufacturing: Agricultural Products, Apparel, Bakeries, Cement and Concrete, Furniture, High-tech Lumber & Wood Products, Metal Fabrication, Paint & Paint Products, Plastic and Rubber, and Others
  • Medical Malls
  • Ministries
  • Mortgage Banking
  • Municipal Governments and Utility Services
  • National Exposition Displays
  • Nonprofit Organizations
  • Physician Practice Groups
  • Professional Service Providers (Various)
  • Plumbing and HVAC
  • Personnel Services
  • Private Equity
  • Public Debt Offerings
  • Publishing
  • Real Estate Brokerage, Development & Management: Commercial & Residential
  • Real Estate Mortgage
  • Real Estate Title
  • Restaurants
  • Retail Trade: Books, Building Materials, Electronics, Hardware, Jewelry, Party Supplies,
  • Sporting Goods, Supplies, and Others
  • Retirement Plans
  • Telecommunications Companies
  • Timber Management