How to avoid directors’ disqualification

Get advice on how to avoid disqualification as a director. Ensure your actions remain lawful if your company is insolvent with expert advice from McTear Williams & Wood

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Duties and responsibilities

Disqualification orders, which prevent individuals acting as directors or business managers for up to 15 years are on the rise. This can turn the insolvent company landscape into a complete minefield for you. Without clear and accurate direction you could become disqualified and personally liable for the company’s debts.

With the added pressure of creditors demanding payment this can be an extremely challenging time. We are able to provide you with advice and guidance to minimise the risk that you might be disqualified from acting as a director of a company in the future by offering:

  • Clear and accurate advice – to ensure you adopt a proper course of action to avoid being disqualified.
  • Responsive service – we understand that business is an ongoing process and will always be able to answer your calls and questions in a fast and responsive manner, giving you the information you need to make the right decision.
  • Past experience – although insolvency can be a difficult process at McTear Williams & Wood we have helped hundreds of directors keep within the law.

Act now and avoid disqualification 

If you are concerned it is vital you act now and work with an insolvency practitioner who understands how to navigate numerous pitfalls. By contacting us you can safeguard yourself from being deemed as unfit to act as a director.

Mike Jenner

Director & Head of Investigations

Mike is an Associate Director and a Certified Fraud Examiner with over 35 year’s experience in investigative insolvency. 

Mike heads up the investigations team specialising in all aspects of contentious insolvency as well as protecting the interests of creditors of insolvent companies and individuals.

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