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Insolvency

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Services for Insolvency

We provide Insolvency services in the following areas:

Whatever your debt circumstances, our experienced team provide insolvency advice to practitioners, businesses, individuals and corporate lenders to assist with both practical and legal issues at what is commonly a difficult time.

We are able to assist in all areas of contentious and non-contentious insolvency to bring about an effective solution to your problems.

We have good relationships with many insolvency practitioners and can work alongside them to provide guidance and a swift conclusion to any matter.

Our combined experience covers the following:

  • Bankruptcies
  • Winding up Petitions
  • Creditors Voluntary Arrangements
  • Directors disqualification
  • Misfeasance and directors duties
  • Use of prohibited names
  • Transactions defrauding creditors
  • Transfers at an undervalue
  • Restructuring
  • Refinancing
  • Insolvency appointments
  • Sale and acquisition of distressed businesses
  • Acquisitions from Administrators

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Monday to Friday:
09:00 to 17:00

Saturday and Sunday:
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FAQs

What is insolvency?
 
 

Insolvency is a term used when a company or individual's financial position results in them being unable to meet their financial obligations to lenders or pay their debts when they fall due.

We are struggling to pay our bills – what can we do?
 
 

If you are struggling to pay debts as they fall due, you may wish to take preventative action to stop you being wound up by a creditor or having to appoint an administrator.

We can assist in you exploring options such as a CVA, company restructuring or if necessary the dissolution of the company.

How long will my bankruptcy last?
 
 

You are discharged from bankruptcy after 12 months however it will stay on your record for 6 years.

How much does a company need to owe to serve a winding up petition?
 
 

To wind up a company you must be owed £750 or more and be able to prove that the company cannot pay you.

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Our dedicated Insolvency team

Rebecca Cowdy

Rebecca Cowdy

Associate

Dispute Resolution

PinCentral Lancashire

Call0333 207 4468

Michael Chambers

Michael Chambers

Partner and Head of Department

Dispute Resolution

PinCentral Lancashire

Call0333 207 0740

Pauline Rigby

Pauline Rigby

Partner & Head of Corporate

Corporate

PinCentral Lancashire

Call0333 207 1131

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Contacting Us

Monday to Friday: 09:00 to 17:00
Saturday and Sunday: Closed