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How do I become a court appointed receiver?

Medina, OH |

I am a real estate broker in Ohio. Just opening my new brokerage, have some property management experience also. How do I sign up to be a receiver? Thanks

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Being a receiver arises in bankruptcy cases, not probate court. So your best way to get involved is to meet bankrupcy attorneys and get to know them and ask them for a chance to work with them.

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