Tax and Insolvency Litigation Solicitor

Category: Commercial Disputes

How to deal with your creditors informally

In circumstances where the level of your overall debt means that you are struggling to make repayments as they fall due advice from a specialist insolvency lawyer, whether a solicitor or a barrister is essential. There are occasions however where an informal arrangement may be much preferable to a formal procedure, such an Individual Voluntary […]

Statutory Demands and Personal Bankruptcy

  If you are an individual (as opposed to a company) and you owe money the consequences can be draconian. You would be well advised to seek advice from a specialist insolvency lawyer at the earliest opportunity. The person seeking payment (the creditor) may issue a Statutory Demand (or a “Stat Demand” as it is […]

Judgements obtained in Scotland or Northern Ireland: Enforcing in England

As the world becomes ever more connected, with global trade flows at an unprecedented rate, and assets held by individuals and corporations in jurisdictions all over the world, the issue of how to enforce court Judgements obtained in foreign courts in England is an ever more pertinent question. The starting point in dealing with this […]

The re-use of company names: Danger Beware

  Directors of insolvent companies must exercise extreme caution when re-using either the corporate or trading name of a company that has just gone into insolvent liquidation.  Directors face the risk of claims being made against them by liquidators for personal liability in respect of the debts of NewCo, and/or the prospect of criminal charges. […]

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