We give confidential and free initial advice to struggling business owners.
You may feel very vulnerable if you are self-employed or in a partnership as all the liabilities of the business are in fact yours as well. If your partnership has been set up as an LLP (Limited Liability Partnership) then your options are different and you should look at our limited company home page as those same rules will apply.
Our aim is to help you decide whether your business can keep going and if so the best way of doing that.
In some cases, you may already know what you want to do. For example, to just close the business and declare bankruptcy. However, you may be surprised how we can help, particularly if you own a house with your partner and how in some cases the house can be protected.
We have listed below the various insolvency procedures open to you if you are self-employed or in a partnership with debts. We can help you choose the best option for you. Please do ask us if you would like any further information or how you think we could help.
In all cases we ask you what you want to achieve and try and help you do that.
Please telephone or email us with any questions. An initial free meeting can be arranged to discuss your options. We will then go through the above possibilities with you, making clear recommendations suitable for you (there is no charge for the initial meeting).
A typical list of what we will ask you to bring with you to a meeting is:
Following the meeting we can set out the recommendations in writing for you to consider.
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Licensed Insolvency Practitioner