Insolvency

Your Business

 

If you are unsure about the survival of your business, we can give you practical legal advice on the implications of administration, receivership or liquidation. Our specialists can guide you through this process and will work with external advisers to minimise the impact on you.

Our business law experts can provide guidance to your directors about their duties and obligations should your business fall into difficulty. We can help with business restructuring on more favourable terms, working with our other specialists in areas such as property and employment law, to ensure that the new package benefits the whole business.

Everys’ insolvency team has a wealth of experience and offers unbiased professional advice to businesses that experience financial problems.  We can also help you deal with problems you may have with your suppliers, such as unpaid monies, or tenants who breach the terms of their leases.

If you would like further advice, please call a member of our Corporate Business team on 01392 848954 or request a call back by filling in the form.

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