Our specialist insolvency practitioners deal with all types of personal and corporate insolvency procedures and restructuring projects.
Through our years of experience working on many different cases with a variety of clients, our insolvency practitioners have been able to hone our expertise in this area. Because of this we are able to help you discharge your duties efficiently and cost effectively, providing a high quality service.
What are insolvency practitioners?
Insolvency practitioners are professionals who are appointed to manage the affairs of an insolvent company. They are responsible for overseeing the liquidation process, negotiating with creditors, and ensuring that the company’s assets are distributed in accordance with the law.
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Our priority is to help you perform your functions and discharge your duties as quickly and cost effectively as possible in order to achieve the best outcome for your clients, creditors, and other stakeholders.
We understand that cases regarding insolvency can sometimes need a little sensitivity and consideration when being handled, as it can be a difficult and stressful time for everyone involved. That’s why we pride ourselves on our ability to treat each case as unique and be sympathetic to each client’s situation and case history, so that we can help as best as we possibly can.
We work closely and collaboratively with insolvency practitioners on a number of different areas, including:
- Pre-insolvency/restructuring advice and strategy
- Claims to recover assets
- Asset disposals
- Adjudication of creditor claims
- Reviewing the validity of security
- Section 110 reconstructions
- Any technical or practical issues that may arise in the case
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We have a (non-appointment taking) licensed insolvency practitioner in our ranks, who is able to provide specialist advice and help specific to your case. This is not something that every firm provides and can be extremely helpful on cases that require a less straight forward strategy.
We also work collaboratively with colleagues from across the firm on any issues that, for example, require property, employment or corporate expertise. This approach means we can think of a solution that works best for your individual case, pooling together a number of different legal practices to think of a plan that will be the most efficient and effective for you.
Why choose our insolvency practitioners?
Here at Moore Barlow our insolvency practitioners are highly experienced and knowledgeable professionals who have a proven track record of successfully navigating businesses through challenging financial situations. We offer a tailored approach to each client, providing practical and effective solutions that are designed to achieve the best possible outcome. With our expertise and dedication, you can tust that your business is in safe hands.
How can our insolvency practitioners help?
Let our insolvency practitioners can provide expert guidance and support to businesses facing financial difficulties help you. With extensive experience in corporate restructuring and insolvency law, we can help you navigate complex legal and financial issues, negotiate with creditors, and develop a strategy to achieve the best possible outcome for your business. Whether you need advice on debt management, restructuring, or liquidation, our team is here to help you every step of the way.
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Frequently asked questions
How do insolvency practitioners work?
Insolvency practitioners are licensed professionals who help individuals or businesses manage financial difficulties and debt. They analyse the situation, develop solutions, and execute them, often through insolvency procedures such as restructuring, liquidation, or bankruptcy, to ensure the best outcomes for all parties involved.
What are the duties of an insolvency practitioner?
An insolvency practitioner is responsible for administering and overseeing the bankruptcy or insolvency process. Their duties include assessing the financial situation, communicating with creditors and stakeholders, facilitating asset recovery or debt repayment, and ensuring compliance with relevant laws and regulations.
How can an insolvency practitioner help my struggling business?
An insolvency practitioner can provide expert guidance and support to your struggling business, helping you navigate through financial difficulties, develop a recovery plan, negotiate with creditors, and potentially manage insolvency proceedings to achieve the best outcome for all stakeholders.
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