When your business runs into trouble, it can be highly stressful and difficult to know what steps to take next. I’m here to help you plot a path for survival, with the aim that you keep on trading, even if that means entering into an insolvency process.
I have over 20 years’ experience, and have dealt with a wide range of corporate, personal and contentious insolvencies, giving firms the support and advice they need in tough times.
In my spare time, I enjoy watching football (I’m a Liverpool supporter) and rugby, and go skiing when I can.
As soon as you think there might be a problem, come and see us – with early action, the outcome could be very different.
We can give you all the advice in the world, it’s not worth a lot if you don’t act on it.
Lean on and use your professional advisers – we’re here for a reason and do add value.
What are my risks in not doing something?
If you avoid action when it’s necessary, you could end up with personal liability. Therefore, it’s important to act on the advice you’re given.
How do I avoid personal liability?
It depends on the circumstances, but we’ll always outline any potential risks and outcomes to you and help you to make the best decision.
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