Family Law News 2018, Volume 40, No. 4
- An Evidence Code Primer for Family Law Attorneys Part III: Documentary Evidence
- An Overlooked Burden of the Premarital Agreement
- Does Fair Have Anything to do With It?
- Family Law News Editorial Team
- Family Law Section Executive Committee
- Finding Nemoh in Divorce
- Forensic Accounting "Light" and Why You Need It (Even When You Think You Don't)
- Legislative Liaisons and Designated Recipients of Legislation
- Loans In Family Law Matters
- Message from the Chair
- Message from the Editor
- Table of Contents
- What it Takes To Be a Putative Spouse in California and Its Benefits Part 3-the Effect of a Putative Designation
- What Every Family Lawyer Should Know About Receivers
What Every Family Lawyer Should Know About Receivers
David J. Pasternak
David Pasternak is a member of Pasternak, Pasternak & Alsbrook, A Law Corporation in Century City. Since 1982, he has been appointed as a state and federal court receiver, a provisional director, referee, special master, and Bankruptcy Court Custodian hundreds of times, and has represented and advised other receivers and provisional directors in hundreds of other cases. He is a former President of the California State Bar and completed a three-year term as the first member of the California State Bar Board of Trustees appointed by the California Supreme Court. He is a past President of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, a former chair of its Litigation Section, a former President of its Barristers Section, and former Chair of its Senior Lawyers Division.
The use of a receiver in family law cases is a pre-trial and post-trial remedy. It is a valuable tool available to family lawyers and their clients.