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Paul Grundy, Senior Associate Solicitor

Restructuring and Insolvency

Direct Dial: 01242 246412
Mobile: 07715 060 285

A bit about me

If you’re in financial difficulty and you’re struggling to see the way out, give me a call – I can provide sound advice that will help you move forward.

I handle insolvency cases for both businesses and individuals, including claims for insolvent companies and estates so that they can recover assets and money for creditors, and helping people who are owed money by businesses in financial difficulties. I’ll use my commercial savvy to find the best solution for you, and help you to navigate through any potential risk.

In my spare time, I’m a keen runner and cyclist. I also enjoy going for walks in the Cotswolds with my wife and our miniature schnauzer Bella.

Want to know more?

An initial chat about your problem is free, so don’t be shy about picking up the phone.

Good legal advice can save you time and money in the long run.

Seek advice early – the sooner you see us, the better the outcome will be at the end.

Can you act for me on a no win, no fee basis?

In some circumstances, we may consider acting on a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA). However, it entirely depends on the nature of the case and its prospects of success.

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