Insolvency

"Thank you for guiding us through the Voluntary Liquidation of my Company. It was especially helpful you being able to come and speak to my staff personally and explain the processes to them.I would have no hesitation in recommending Ensors if asked by another party who found themselves in a similar unfortunate position as ourselves." Client - - anonymous

Expertise and sensitivity from a highly professional team

Facing the potential insolvency of your business or when your personal finances have become unmanageable is a major challenge. It is vital to have support and guidance that is not only authoritative and practical, but also delivered with a compassionate, personalised approach.

Our highly-experienced Insolvency team is partner-led by our two insolvency practitioners, Mark Upton and David Scrivener. They have the skills and knowledge to deal with the most complex of corporate cases, but also the sensitivity and empathy that is ideal for smaller, family-run concerns and individuals facing the prospect of personal insolvency.

You may have got to the point where you feel that there are no other options but we are committed to helping businesses survive and trade out of their difficulties (see our Ensors FIRST service) and will proactively explore this option wherever possible. Alternatively, we will advise on the correct formal procedure and assist through every step of the process to ensure that everything is dealt with in a thoroughly professional manner and ensuring that the stress of dealing with your financial difficulties is no longer such a burden.

An initial consultation will be free of charge so please contact us in order to discuss your position and to establish what the options are for you.

We provide authoritative advice & support for:

  • Administrations (including pre-packs);
  • Creditors Voluntary Liquidations;
  • Solvent Liquidations including Section 110 reconstructions;
  • Company Voluntary Arrangements;
  • Individual Voluntary Arrangements; and
  • Bankruptcy.

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The tax implications of a Members Voluntary Liquidation
Friday 17 November

The tax implications of a Members Voluntary Liquidation