Our approach to insolvency advice is practical and measured. It involves gaining a detailed understanding of each set of circumstances and finding the most robust solution.
We represent companies, directors, shareholders, administrators, trustees in bankruptcy, liquidators and also take instructions from experienced insolvency practitioners. Our team has an in-depth understanding of the process required in dealing with insolvency rules and regulations, and expert advice should be sought at the earliest possible time.
Insolvency Law Expertise
Liquidation. We provide strategic advice when faced with a winding up petition. What should happen depends on each set of circumstances and we advise accordingly. We guide our clients through the complex legal process of liquidation and offer a strategy from the outset. This includes liaising with all relevant practitioners and providing legal representation as required.
Claims against Directors. There are different types of claims that can be made against Directors, and different circumstances that lead to claims. Whilst limited companies provide a limited liability status, there are situations where this status can be challenged. The process requires a robust approach, with attention to detail.
Receivership. If a company is taken over by an administrator, often they will sell the company’s business and assets and the company will be put into liquidation or dissolved. Occasionally a company will be rescued and we provide legal advice through this process. If the company falls into administrative receivership, a voluntary arrangement or scheme arrangement, we offer detailed advice.