When used correctly, liquidation can be a powerful restructuring tool. Get an online quote, understand the process and plan for your goals.
See how as insolvency practitioners we can help you through the process, and give you the knowledge to comfortably liquidate, knowing what to expect, and exactly how much it will cost.
CVAs & sole trader IVAs
Voluntary arrangements offer a lighter touch option for your business. Learn when they can work well, and why sometimes they don’t.
Understand how best to put together a voluntary arrangement proposal, and find out exactly how much it could cost.
A pre-pack sale of your business will provide you with a seamless transfer of assets. Understand the do’s and don’ts of the process and the processes involved.
Read about how as Insolvency Practitioners, we can guide you through a prepack.
MVLs (solvent liquidations)
For a fixed price of £950 plus VAT, you can implement a tax efficient way of drawing assets and profits with a solvent liquidation.
Understand the processes and timescales involved.
Dissolving a company
Understand when and how you can strike-off a non trading company.
Consider what processes you should undertake before striking off, and the pros and cons of dissolution.
We can help with
Different forms of insolvency will affect personal guarantees in different ways. Find out what will happen with your PGs.
Winding Up Petitions
Find out what a winding up petition means for your business, and how to protect your company.
Save your business and avoid insolvency. Find out how you can negotiate with creditors to reorganise your debts.
County Court Judgements
CCJs can be stepping stone to initiate enforcement / bailiff proceedings against your company. Consider what it means to you and how to protect your business.
Liquidation: directors’ questions and answers
Get advice on liquidation with a selection of questions asked by our clients.
Our expert answers are jargon free and helpful in a practical way.
How to negotiate an informal arrangement with creditors
An informal arrangement can cost much less than formal insolvency and return more money back to your creditors. See how this might work for you.