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A bill to marshal assets is one filed in favor of simple contract creditors, and of legatees, devisees, and heirs, but not in favor of next of kin, to prevent specialty. creditors from exhausting the personal estate. http://www.lectlaw.com/def/b030.htm
Are you sure "marshal" here is used as a verb? Is it possible that the author actually means "Marshall Funds Inc." or the name of a city in the US?
Refer to this link for Marshall Funds Inc. http://www.secinfo.com/dr4gp.bv.htm