Our commercial team has experience in providing bespoke advice to commercial clients in relation to insolvency matters which may arise in a personal or business capacity.
Our team of specialist commercial solicitors have experience in advising both creditors and debtors including individuals, shareholders, directors and both small and large businesses who wish to instigate steps against others or need assistance in defending action taken against them in the insolvency arena.
We can provide advice and assistance in relation to a wide variety of matters including:
- Winding up companies and partnerships – both voluntary and compulsory.
- Bankruptcy proceedings.
- Insolvency applications.
- Restructuring and financing.
- Director’s disqualification.
- Antecedent transactions – including, preferential transactions, transactions at an undervalue and/or fraudulent transactions.
Our experienced team of solicitors can assist you with all aspects of insolvency law. We understand that insolvency can be a challenging and stressful time for individuals and businesses, and we are here to provide you with the support and guidance you need to navigate this complex area of law.
Our team of insolvency solicitors have extensive experience in advising clients on all aspects of insolvency, including administration, liquidation, bankruptcy, and voluntary arrangements. We have acted for a wide range of clients, including individuals, company directors, creditors, insolvency practitioners, and lenders.
Insolvency is a complex area of law that deals with the financial difficulties of individuals and businesses. Our solicitors are here to guide you through the process of insolvency and help you to achieve the best possible outcome for your situation.
Our insolvency services include:
- Advising on all aspects of insolvency law
- Representing individuals, companies, and insolvency practitioners in insolvency proceedings
- Providing advice to creditors and lenders on their rights in insolvency proceedings
- Assisting with the preparation of voluntary arrangements
- Advising on directors’ duties and liabilities in insolvency
Our team of solicitors will work with you to understand your situation and provide you with the best possible advice. We will guide you through the insolvency process and ensure that you are fully informed of your rights and obligations.
We understand that every situation is different, and we will work with you to achieve the best possible outcome for your circumstances. Our aim is to provide you with practical and cost-effective solutions that meet your needs.
If you are facing insolvency, it is important to seek legal advice as soon as possible. Our experienced team of insolvency solicitors are here to help you through this challenging time. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
What is insolvency?
Insolvency is the state of being unable to pay debts as they fall due or having liabilities that exceed assets. Insolvency can apply to individuals or businesses.
How long does insolvency proceedings take?
The length of insolvency proceedings can vary depending on the complexity of the situation. Our team of solicitors will work with you to ensure that the process is as efficient as possible.
Why should I seek legal advice for insolvency?
Insolvency is a complex area of law, and it is important to seek legal advice to ensure that you understand your rights and obligations. Our team of solicitors can help you to navigate the insolvency process and achieve the best possible outcome for your situation.
How can we help you today?
What is an Insolvency Solicitor?
An Insolvency Solicitor is a legal professional who specialises in providing legal advice and representation in matters related to insolvency and bankruptcy. They may work for an individual, a company, a bank or a law firm.
What kind of services do Insolvency Solicitors provide?
Insolvency Solicitors provide a wide range of legal services related to insolvency and bankruptcy, including advising on the different types of insolvency proceedings, drafting and reviewing agreements, and representing clients in disputes with creditors or other parties. They may also provide advice on company voluntary arrangements, winding up petitions, and other related areas of law.
What qualifications do Insolvency Solicitors have?
In order to practise as an Insolvency Solicitor, an individual must be a qualified solicitor who has completed a law degree, a legal practice course, and a period of practical training. Additionally, many Insolvency Solicitors choose to specialise in insolvency and bankruptcy by gaining further qualifications and experience in this area.
How do I find a good Insolvency Solicitor?
A good Insolvency Solicitor can be found by asking for recommendations from other professionals in the finance or accounting industry, or by searching online for solicitors who specialise in insolvency and bankruptcy law. It is also important to check the solicitor’s qualifications, experience, and reputation before hiring them.
Can an Insolvency Solicitor help me with a dispute with my creditors?
Yes, an Insolvency Solicitor can help you with a dispute with your creditors by providing legal advice and representation. They can help you understand your rights and options, and can negotiate with your creditors on your behalf. Additionally, Insolvency Solicitors are well-versed with the insolvency laws and regulations, so they can help you navigate the legal process and increase your chances of a favourable outcome.
How much does it cost to hire an Insolvency Solicitor?
The cost of hiring an Insolvency Solicitor can vary depending on the nature of the case and the solicitor’s experience and qualifications. Some solicitors charge an hourly rate, while others charge a fixed fee for their services. It’s always best to discuss the cost with the solicitor in advance, so you can have a clear understanding of the financial commitment involved.
Located in the heart of London and Essex
Paul Robinson Solicitors is a thriving independent law firm committed to providing exceptional service to clients nationwide, with offices situated throughout London and Essex.
Established in 1983, the firm has steadily expanded over the past 35 years, offering an extensive range of legal services to both personal and commercial clients. The team of highly experienced and skilled solicitors specialises in various fields and is dedicated to providing an outstanding level of service to achieve positive outcomes for their clients. The firm’s cutting-edge technology and efficient systems, together with its support and managerial staff, ensure maximum efficiency, accuracy, and cost-effectiveness.