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As a director of a business seeking advice on restructuring or looking to enter formal insolvency procedures, such as administrations, liquidations or company voluntary arrangements, you will want to ensure the minimum possible exposure for creditors and employees and avoid being left with personal liability for any debts.
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Our insolvency and corporate recovery solicitors have a wealth of experience working with insolvency practitioners, creditors, companies and directors in this highly complex area of law.
We regularly advise businesses and directors at the outset of corporate insolvency proceedings to devise a tailored strategy going forward, including advising on the insolvency options available in situations where it is more beneficial or necessary to take proactive voluntary insolvency steps.
We also act on behalf of companies in respect of claims brought by insolvency practitioners, as well as acting for directors of businesses who are the subject of claims or proposed claims relating to antecedent transactions.
For insolvency practitioners, we advise on a complete range of insolvency matters from individual voluntary arrangements, bankruptcy and asset recovery, to corporate insolvency matters such as company voluntary arrangements, administrations, liquidations and receiverships.
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