About our fees
In all liquidation procedures the fee of the liquidator must be approved.
In the case of an insolvent liquidation this is by the creditors (those owned money) by passing a resolution (a formal voting procedure).
In the case of a solvent liquidation this is by the shareholders (the owners of company) by passing a resolution (a formal voting procedure).
Our fees are extremely competitive and are tailored to the state and situation of the company when presented to us.
In the majority of cases the fees are paid for from the company’s own assets (stock and cash for example) or in some case company directors will decide to pay the fees personally or lend the company money in until assets are turned in to cash (to ensure a situation is resolved as quickly as possible).
To receive your free quote visit our Online Liquidation Quote page or call us today.
Click here for more information on Members’ Voluntary Liquidation (Solvent Liquidation)
Click here for more information on Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation (Insolvent Liquidation)
Areas we advise on:
- Cash flow
- HMRC pressure
- Legal action threatened by creditors
- Business debt management
- Turnaround strategies
- Business rescue support
- Small business insolvency