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As an Independent insolvency practice, we specialise in liquidation, redundancy and other critical rescue and recovery advice.

We know the pressure you’re under and we’re here to help.

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Assess whether a company voluntary arrangement is the right route for your business.

Get in touch to find out how much it could be and speak with our experts who are always on hand to give you more information and answer any questions.

Business Individual
Voluntary Arrangements

A well designed business individual voluntary arrangement for business and personal debts will have its monthly contributions dynamically tailored for you and your circumstances. Avoiding unworkable one-size-fits-all approaches.

Phone 0333 939 80 40 to assess whether a Business IVA could be your best solution.

£1,500 plus
VAT for a

complete MVL

Assess whether a solvent voluntary liquidation is the right route for you and your business.

BusinessRescueExpert is a leading independent insolvency practice, specialising in business rescue advice. Set up in 2005, the business has grown to become one of the most respected corporate insolvency practices, known for its quality client services.

Our strengths combine modern and intuitive work process, with one on one client services, allowing us to offer quick, efficient, and both technically and commercially strong advice. We provide dedicated nationwide coverage, and ensure that we are available when you need us.

Closing Your Company

We offer a range of solutions from early stage advisory options to formal company liquidation.

Creditors Voluntary Liquidation

Creditors Voluntary Liquidation or CVL is when the shareholders or directors of a company make the decision to close it by placing it into liquidation because they’re unable to pay their debts.

Members Voluntary Liquidation

A Members Voluntary Liquidation (MVL) is a voluntary closing-down process initiated by the shareholders of a solvent company looking to close the company and release cash and assets in the most efficient and orderly way.

Compulsory Liquidation

A compulsory liquidation is where a business is forced into liquidation by a court – usually by way of a winding up petition caused by unpaid debts of £750 or over if the court believes the company cannot or will not repay them.

Company Dissolutions

Company dissolution also known as striking off, is the formal action of closing a company. The company is dissolved and removed from the companies house

Rescuing Your Company

Sometimes it is possible to rescue a company that may seem to be on the verge of going under. Our team are on hand to talk you through all of your options and our first thought is to try and salvage a company, rather than closing it down as our first act.

Company Voluntary Arrangement

A Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) is a formal insolvency process agreed
between a company and creditors where a proportion of debts are often written off if the company agrees to pay back a lower proportion of the remaining debt in regular monthly instalments.

Business IVA

A Business Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) is a legal agreement reached between an individual or sole trader to make regular monthly payments on outstanding business and personal debt.


Administration is a formal insolvency process that puts a company under the
control of an external administrator to see if they can turn it around.

Time To Pay

Time to Pay (TTP) is a legal agreement where a company that owes
money to HMRC agrees to pay regular instalments on an agreed timescale.

Winding Up Petitions

A winding up petition (WUP) is one of the most serious threats a company can
face. If ignored, or a judge agrees then it means the compulsory liquidation of your business.

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