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jonathan-munnery

Jonathan Munnery
Insolvency Expert

Tel: 0800 063 9262

UK Liquidators has offices right across the country and we work with hundreds of company directors in the South East of England, providing expert advice on a full range of issues around corporate insolvency, liquidation and business recovery.

If you are based in or close to Epsom then there are several UK Liquidators offices close by, including those in Croydon, Guildford and Slough. Each of these offices, and dozens of others across the country, are staffed by teams of highly experienced and dedicated insolvency practitioners and liquidation experts.

You can call any of our offices any time to arrange an initial consultation, which will be FREE of charge and completely confidential. During this initial chat we will aim to assess your situation and explain in the clearest possible terms your options in terms of insolvency or liquidation. Or, if there is scope for your business to be rescued, then we can advise you on that too.

Our focus is always on providing whatever information and guidance our company director clients need in the context of their specific situations. We never take a one-size-fits-all approach.

In the UK, the most common form of liquidation is referred to as compulsory liquidation, meaning a winding up petition has been successfully pursued where a company effectively cannot pay its debts. These scenarios require the Official Receiver to investigate, which can be quite stressful for directors of the companies affected.

It is generally better for directors to take matters into their own hands and enter into a Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation (CVL). Alternatively, if you’re looking to liquidate a solvent business then you should perhaps consider entering a Members’ Voluntary Liquidation (MVL).

Regardless of the specific nature of your circumstances, if you’re a company director whose business is in serious financial peril then UK Liquidators are the people to call right away. If you’re in Epsom, we can start helping you right away.

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Client Testimonials

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BrianConstruction , Gateshead
Our family-run construction firm had enjoyed a good run since the 1980s but with margins squeezed tighter than ever before and a saturated marketplace, we began to struggle. We also had a key supplier that went bust leaving us with major problems. We decided we needed to liquidate as cash flow was steadily decreasing and creditors were chasing. UKLiquidators handled the CVL and enabled us to write off our debts. They also referred me to a company that would investigate my claim for director redundancy and I was surprised to learn I was eligible for £14,500 which was paid to me within several weeks.

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PaulRecruitment MD, Bristol
I am the MD of three separate companies within a subsidiary but one business was dragging the other two down. I needed to work out the most tax-efficient way of closing the struggling company but due to the complex nature of our company structure, our accountant was unable to advise. Thankfully, UKLiquidators took control of the situation and we were delighted with the outcome. They allowed me to pay for the liquidation upon completion as I was awaiting a significant director redundancy payment which both my wife and I were due as managing directors. If it wasn't for UKLiquidators, I wouldn't even have known about director redundancy and they pointed me in the right direction.

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