Our liquidation specialists are experts in supporting company directors through times of financial distress.
You can’t pay your Bounce Back Loan, your creditors or your employees.
Work has dried up and there’s no money coming in.
You’re trapped in a premises lease agreement.
You want to know how to liquidate your company and restart without debt.
Our liquidation specialists and experts can show you all the options and help you decide on the best solution. If liquidation is your choice, our licensed insolvency practitioners will do their best to reduce the stress and minimise the cost.
Practical company liquidation solutions that make life easier for you
Free initial meeting
We’ll get to know you and your business to decide the best way to help.
We’ll take all the paperwork off your hands and organise all the meetings.
Local to you
We can meet you at any location that’s convenient. Nationwide.
A network of trusted agents
We’ll handle the valuation and sale of any assets to get the best deal for you.
Creditors taken care of
We’ll contact those owed money and collaborate with your professional advisors.
We won’t charge you over the odds for our liquidation service.
Liquidation.co.uk is part of the FA Simms family
We’ve been in this business for over 40 years. In this time, thousands of UK companies have trusted us to guide them through rescue, insolvency and company liquidation.
And for good reason.
We know that ‘one size fits all’ doesn’t work when it comes to solving your business’ challenges. So instead, our nationwide team of business rescue experts and licensed insolvency practitioners partner with you to find a solution that fits your business.
It’s a holistic way of working developed by our director, Richard Simms, based on his experiences as a chartered accountant, licensed insolvency practitioner and anti-money laundering expert.
What is voluntary company liquidation?
Liquidation in the UK is the legal process by which a limited company stops trading and ceases to exist. Employees are made redundant. Any assets are used to pay off outstanding company debts and fees. A director or owner is not made to pay what the company can’t pay.
An insolvent liquidation is when a business becomes insolvent and is unable to pay its debts. If the limited company has no purpose or the owner is retiring, this is a solvent liquidation, or ‘winding up’ a solvent company.