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Jonathan Munnery
Insolvency Expert

Tel: 0800 063 9262

Thanks for visiting the UK Liquidators website. We have offices located right across the country, including in all parts of the South East of England.

Our experts have comprehensive knowledge of all issues pertaining to corporate insolvency, business recovery and liquidation. We work with company directors throughout the country, including in Buckinghamshire and in High Wycombe.

If you’re based in High Wycombe or anywhere in the surrounding region then you can arrange a FREE initial consultation with us any time. We’ll be happy to discuss the key details of your situation and explain the most essential choices that you will need to make going forward. Our offices closest to High Wycombe are in Watford, Slough and Reading. You can meet with us at one of those offices or we can come and meet you at a location of your choosing.

It’s essential, if your company is in serious financial difficulty, to get the advice you need as swiftly as possible and to start taking steps forward with a full understanding of what needs to be done. If your company can be rescued then we can help, as we can if insolvency or some form of liquidation looks unavoidable.

Compulsory liquidation is the most commonplace form of liquidation in the UK. These scenarios usually happen because a creditor pursues a winding up petition and the debtor company can’t pay its debts. That’s a common occurrence but for directors it isn’t ideal in part because it necessitates an investigation by the Official Receiver.

It is generally better to take matters into your own hands as a director and enter a Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation (CVL). Another option, if your company is solvent, is to enter a Members’ Voluntary Liquidation (MVL).

Regardless of your circumstances, if you are based in High Wycombe or anywhere in Buckinghamshire, and you need insolvency or liquidation advice then UK Liquidators is the next call you should make.

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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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