Receiving a winding up order often comes after a sequence of turbulent months. Undoubtedly as a director of the company you have been aware of cashflow problems, client retention and perhaps even changes in the marketplace. The question is however, can your business recover from this latest challenge?
The answer is yes. There are still options available to you, but with the courts currently reviewing your case and lining up a potential liquidator to act as The Official Receiver in order to break up and sell your remaining assets, quick and decisive action is required.
Some of the options include negotiating time to pay agreements with HMRC or alternatively brokering monthly payment structures through a CVA with your creditors. It is even possible to shed the unprofitable parts of your business and relaunch as a new entity. Make your first step contacting our offices to access our knowledge and experience that will guide you to the best outcome.
Free initial appointment - McTear Williams & Wood are always happy to provide you with a review of your situation before you officially engage our services.
You’ll always deal with a senior practitioner - all our cases are handled by a leading director in the business, giving you the most comprehensive advice possible for your situation.
Expert advice and service - as a specialist insolvency focused business there are no situations that we have not seen before, allowing us to bring a depth of experience to your particular instance.
Understanding your personal situation - having been business owners ourselves we have the insight and empathy into the stresses and strains a winding up order can cause.
Help you buy back your company - many directors choose to purchase their business and assets back. We can help you achieve a positive outcome from such as process.
You’ll meet with our senior advisors who will discuss all the implications of your winding up order at our Corby offices.
In a simple one to two hour appointment we will furnish you with all the necessary information to make the best decision for your future.