- setting aside a statutory demand;
- serving or opposing a bankruptcy petition;
- seeking a cancellation or annulment of a bankruptcy order;
- liaising with the Official Receiver;
- Bankruptcy Restriction Orders (BRO); and
- Solicitors undertakings for annulment applications.
Bankruptcy: Frequently Asked Questions
If you need professional legal advice please call us on +44(0)2071830529 for a no obligation initial case assessment. We do not provide legal advice to non-clients but we can assess if we can assist you further. You can also reach us via our contact form if you prefer.
For a comprehensive selection of questions we receive on a regular basis from clients seeking insolvency advice, please see the guide prepared by our bankruptcy team.
Contact our Specialist Bankruptcy Lawyers
It is very important that you seek legal advice as soon as a bankruptcy petition is served upon you. To reduce failure risk, it is advised that you instruct specialist bankruptcy petition lawyers. Generally many solicitors are unfamiliar with the Insolvency Rules and the minutiae of the bankruptcy process, we are experts in dealing with matters surrounding individual insolvency.
We are a specialist City of London law firm made up of Solicitors & Barristers operating from the only law firm based in the Middle Temple Inns of Court adjacent to the Royal Courts of Justice. Our team have unparalleled experience at cancelling bankruptcy orders, liaising with the Official Receiver, providing a solicitor’s undertaking, representing you at any bankruptcy hearing at the Bankruptcy Court, at the Royal Courts of Justice (Rolls Building), or the relevant High Court District Registry or County Court with jurisdiction under the Insolvency Rules.