If your company is insolvent or close to insolvency, you have the choice of putting it into Administration. The process gives you time and space to achieve one of the following -
Administration is also an option for partnerships. Read more about Partnership Administration.
We begin by advising you and your fellow directors as to whether administration is a viable option. We’ll act as administrators and, with solicitors, arrange to place your company into administration.
We’ll then act as the Administrator, giving your company protection against creditors.
Within eight weeks of our appointment, we send our proposals to the creditors. They, in turn, will choose to approve, modify, or reject these proposals.
In one of the following ways
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