Insolvency 2018-02-07T15:10:16+00:00


Insolvency law provides various procedures to assist individuals and businesses facing difficulties in meeting their liabilities as they fall due. Our expert solicitors in London and Belfast can help you manage your liabilities and decide on what is the best option for you so contact us today.

London: 020 3051 5060
Belfast: 028 9002 2371

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For individuals, bankruptcy is generally a last resort. A first time bankrupt with debts will generally receive their discharge one year after the date of the bankruptcy order. Our team will advise you on the best action to take as well as negotiating with your creditors. What’s more, is we will also assist you and prepare the petition and guide you through the entire process.

We provide legal advice to clients who find themselves on either side of insolvency, from those that are or want to enter into an insolvency procedure, to creditors of an insolvent person or company.

Our specialist team has developed expertise in a wide range of both personal and corporate, advising a range of clients including individuals and businesses faced with the threat of financial difficulty. We deal with matters with pragmatically and sensitively to find the most commercially viable solutions.

If you have any questions whatsoever about Insolvency law, do not delay in contacting our highly experienced solicitors in London or Belfast for fast and efficient advice.

Call us today for an initial discussion with no obligation:

London: 020 3051 5060
Belfast: 028 9002 2371

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We cover:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Individual and Company Voluntary Arrangements
  • Liquidations
  • Administrations
  • Receivership
  • Administration
  • Company voluntary agreement
  • Personal insolvency
  • Receivership






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