- negotiating with creditors
- helping to structure repayment plans so you can avoid bankruptcy
- managing employment relationships and redundancies
- making sure you still comply with your legal obligations, such as director duties.
No business ever wants to end up in financial trouble or legal strife, but when things start to go pear shaped, you need a good lawyer. That’s where we can come in. It’s best to avoid trouble in the first place if possible of course – so getting some advice on issues like structuring business expansions (such as, opening new branches) and getting your staffing arrangements right can give your business the best chance of success. If things do go wrong, though, including if you’re looking down the barrel of possible liquidation or receivership, we can guide you through the process including: