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jonathan-munnery

Jonathan Munnery
Insolvency Expert

Tel: 0800 063 9262

UK Liquidators is a leading provider of advisory services to company directors whose businesses are facing serious financial difficulties and potentially the prospect of becoming insolvent.

We provide clear guidance and support to company directors across the UK, including in all parts of the South West of England and the South Coast. If you are based anywhere in or close to Plymouth in Devon then we are well placed to provide any support and information you might need on any form of insolvency or liquidation.

Our offices near Plymouth are all staffed by highly qualified and fully licensed insolvency practitioners who have a huge wealth of expertise when it comes to liquidation. In the South West of England, we have offices in Exeter and Taunton, as well as in Bournemouth, Southampton and on the Isle of Wight.

Taking swift and decisive action is always important if your company is facing insolvency but you need to have confidence in the steps you’re taking and UK Liquidators can support you every step of the way in these situations. If there is scope to turn your company around without entering insolvency then we can also provide all the support you might need as a director.

In the UK, the most common way in which a company enters liquidation is after being the subject of a winding up petition and the resulting process is called compulsory liquidation. Such a scenario requires investigation by the Official Receiver and is generally best avoided where possible. Typically it is preferable for directors to take matters into their own hands and to enter their companies into a Creditor’s Voluntary Liquidation (CVL).

Members’ Voluntary Liquidation (MVL) is generally the most tax efficient means of entering a solvent company into liquidation.

To find out more about any form of insolvency or liquidation contact your nearest UK Liquidators office to arrange a FREE and completely confidential consultation.

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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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