Advice for insolvency practitioners
As a creditor led practice, our specialist team advise on insolvency procedures to ensure our sophisticated creditor clients maximise recoveries and/or ensure insolvency practitioners are appointed to make sure that the affairs of insolvent debtors (individuals or companies) are properly investigated to ensure asset recovery actions against associated individuals (including directors) and third parties are pursued thoroughly to maximise the return to creditors. Our insolvency law and practice experts are able to draw on the wider firm to provide tailored advice to our clients who include insolvency practitioners, creditors, debtors, business stakeholders and individuals.
Advising on both corporate and personal insolvency in both transactional and litigation work, the team offers practical, commercial and cost effective advice in a timely manner both in the UK and for those of you overseas with UK interests.
Our team is committed to providing tailored advice, using all of our skills and experience, to offer practical, effective guidance and support throughout the whole insolvency process. We are able to offer flexible fees in certain circumstances and will manage your case with both sensitivity and discretion.
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