FAQS

A few of the more popular questions we’re often asked about our business.

General FAQs

Why should I choose your firm?

We’ve been in business for 15 years, growing to become one of the most respected corporate insolvency practices in the country. We combine modern and intuitive work processes, with one-to-one client services which allow us to offer quick, efficient and commercially yet technically strong advice.  

Do you just look after businesses in England?

No, we work with and have worked with businesses all over the UK – Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and England.  

What professional bodies is your organisation a member of?

As well as years of professional experience at Business Rescue Expert, our team has extensive knowledge outside of the business. Between us, we are members of the Turnaround Managers Association, R3 – the trade association of business recovery professionals and the Insolvency Practitioners Association. 

Do we have to meet in person?

No, all of the meetings can take place virtually – either through video chat or telephone. Of course we’d love to see you if you want to come to our offices in person but it’s no longer necessary. If we need your signature on any documents then we can send them and have you verify and sign them electronically to save on postage and speed the process along! 

How much do you charge for your services?

An initial consultation with one of our team of expert advisors is always free. We can set it at a convenient time for you as well as method (physical meeting/virtual consultation) and we can discuss the most pressing issues your business faces.   

Our services can vary depending on what we’re required to do – but where we’re able to we give an outline of the sort of fees to expect – which are competitive and in line with the excellent, professional service you would come to expect from us.  

Is there any help available with covering the costs of a voluntary liquidation?

In many circumstances, where a director is also an employee of the limited company – i.e. acting for the business on a daily basis and paid at least in part through the company PAYE, they may have a claim for outstanding employment entitlements which can be made to the Redundancy Payments Service. Redundancy Assist offers a free assessment of a director’s eligibility for making a claim, and the potential value of any claim.  

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