Insolvency

Insolvency

Insolvency

Our Insolvency team has long been at the forefront of cases where insolvency issues arise. The team has extensive experience of the insolvency landscape, particularly where the interests of banks are concerned.

When a company finds itself insolvent or is on the brink of liquidation it can be a difficult time for all involved – yet from a legal standpoint matters can become complex meaning that professional intervention is often required. Sometimes (depending on the severity of the situation and complications involved) matters can be improved with careful and experienced consideration and a targeted approach.

What does Insolvency Law involve?

Most often the services of an Insolvency Law specialist are called upon when a company is in significant financial difficulty, enters liquidation or is unable to pay debts (such as those raised by suppliers and employees). In the case of a company folding or going into liquidation, it is always advisable to call upon the expertise of a specialist solicitor as soon as possible, as often this can aid the situation and may even enable a company or individuals involved to improve the situation as a form of damage limitation.  Alternatively, an individual faces the threat of bankruptcy or is served with a statutory demand for payment or a claim made by an insolvency practitioner.

Why choose us?

Insolvency requires a sensitive and specialised approach – no matter what the issue at hand may be.  Decisions need to be made quickly and accurately.  We understand Insolvency Litigation inside-out, with experienced solicitors well-versed in the intricacies of this specific type of law on hand to deal with individual bankruptcy issues or insolvency issues for companies of all sizes  in a range of insolvency-related circumstances.

How can we help?

We have in-depth, specialist knowledge of Insolvency legal practice and can advise you on all aspects of the law in this area. In particular we often assist with:

  • Directors’ Disqualification
  • Directors’ duties
  • Administrations
  • Receivership
  • Liquidations
  • Bankruptcy
  • Voluntary arrangements

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