Expert Winding-up Petition Lawyers
Is your business facing a Winding-up Petition or Debt problem?
Your search for help in relation to debt recovery or to avoid a winding up order ends here. Our results-focussed team made up of experienced insolvency lawyers can assist by providing you with a bespoke solution whether you are a company facing a HMRC winding up petition or are owed money and considering issuing a winding up petition. We can guide you through the minefield of complex winding-up rules and procedure and help your company to manage the entire process. We have years of experience in negotiating with debtor companies and their Solicitors as well as creditors petitioners (in particular HMRC). We regularly represent our client companies in the High Court/Companies Court and successfully obtain adjournments (e.g. to allow time to negotiate and settle or to defend a winding up petition). We also help companies to avoid having bank accounts frozen by preventing the advertisement of winding up petition notices or (if already advertised in the London Gazette) by obtaining a validation order from the Court to unfreeze the company’s bank accounts.
The insolvency team include qualified Solicitors and Barristers who have in-depth experience of insolvency and debt laws and first hand commercial, litigation and advocacy experience. We have a proven track record of delivering legal advice and legal solutions; we know exactly how to get the best results for your business.
Do you need a Winding Up Petition Solicitor to help with HMRC? Adjournment? Time to pay? Validation order? Stopping a petition advertisement?
We are a specialist leading City of London law firm based in the Middle Temple Inns of Court adjacent to the Royal Courts of Justice, High Court and Companies Court. We have the strongest possible record of success in dealing with numerous winding up petitions and are regularly recommended to clients by leading accountants and leading insolvency professionals. We advise company directors on the best course of legal and commercial action for the business (for example restraining advertisements, obtaining validation orders to unfreeze bank accounts, obtaining winding up petition adjournments and time to pay HMRC, defending winding up petitions). We add value by recommending insolvency routes, where appropriate, such as Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs, PVAs, IVAs), Administration or other insolvency routes).
Professional Legal Advice from Specialist Winding Up Solicitors:
Our team is made up of fully qualified legal professionals such as winding up solicitors and winding up barristers and we are regularly instructed by other law firms to assist their clients facing winding up proceedings. You can be assured that your insolvency matter is in safe hands and that we will act cost effectively and in the best interests of the Company and the Directors. Our success rate is a result of the dedication of our insolvency lawyers who will diligently review your matter to ensure it has the best possible chance of success from the outset when it matters the most.
Our Winding-Up Petition Solicitor & Barrister Experts are able to give you specialist legal information and advice on your businesses best insolvency options. Just click here to complete our online contact form for a case assessment with a member of our Insolvency Law or Debt Recovery team or call us on 02071830529.
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