Philip J. von KahlePhilip J. von Kahle

 President of Michael Moecker & Associates, Inc.

Phil is involved in the day-to-day management and oversight of
thousands of court fiduciary related cases. He serves as Assignee,
for the Benefit of Creditors’ cases, executes workout agreements, is
a Court Appointed Receiver, a Liquidating Trustee and a Court Examiner,
Distribution Agent, Court Custodian and Conservator. A former turnaround
management expert with emphasis in operations and marketing, Phil understands the adversarial
effects companies have while engaged in insolvency proceedings.  His expertise brings quick order
to a distressed company to maximize assets values; Phil understands the internal and external
influences that cases have and takes them into consideration to develop tailored plans for each

Some notable appointments include:

  • Buy Owner, Inc.
  • RQB Resort, LLC / Marriott TPC Sawgrass
  • Merco Group at Aventura Landings
  • Oriole Home Corporation
  • Green Bullion Financial, Inc d/b/a
  • Barnacle Seafood, Inc.
  • Estate of Victor Posner
  • Metal Shield, LLC
  • Hemacare, Inc.
  • Grip Pod Systems, LLC
  • Angler Cove at Long Key, Corp.
  • Interfund Investment Fund I, Inc.
  • Villas of Jasmine companies
  • Appointed by Federal and Circuit courts as successor fiduciary

About the Company

Michael Moecker & Associates, Inc. (MM&A) is the leading Florida insolvency specialist firm
that provides business owners, investors, bank officers, shareholders, creditors and attorneys
with successful resolutions. Whether through a cost-saving process, such as Assignment for the
Benefit of Creditors or by serving as court appointed Receivers or Liquidating Trustees, MM&A
is dedicated to providing clients with a clear and concise roadmap with an optimal return for
their creditors.

The company has been engaged as fiduciary in several notable ponzi scheme related cases
including, Lydia Cladek, Inc., Botfly, LLC., The Online Entrepreneur, Inc., Unique Gems
International, Inc. and Professional Resources Systems International, Inc.


Tom Messana

17th Court