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Welcome to UK Liquidators – the leading provider of advice to company directors on issues around corporate insolvency, liquidation and business recovery.
Our experts provide unrivalled guidance and support to directors throughout the country via our nationwide network of offices. That network includes offices in Bradford and Leeds, so if you’re based in or near Shipley in West Yorkshire then we will be very happy to help.
You can arrange a FREE initial consultation with one of our Yorkshire-based insolvency practitioners and liquidation experts any time. Call us directly and we’ll arrange an initial chat at one of our offices or at any location that works best for you.
It’s generally very important to get the advice you need as quickly as possible if you are the director of a company in financial peril and potentially facing the prospect of insolvency. There are always options available but it’s crucial to understand the details and to make your decisions as a director with confidence and clarity.
The most frequently seen form of liquidation in the UK is compulsory liquidation, which sees the situation taken away from the control of debtor companies and their directors. These situations usually happen as a consequence of winding up petitions being granted by the courts and they inevitably trigger investigations by the Official Receiver.
A better route to liquidation if your business is insolvent is via what’s called a Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation (CVL), which allows directors to take matters into their own hands and enter their businesses into liquidation voluntarily.
Another form of liquidation that functions in the UK is called a Members’ Voluntary Liquidation (MVL), which is used as a means of liquidating businesses that are solvent but need to be wound down.
Regardless of the nature of your situation, if you need advice on insolvency, liquidation or business recovery then we can help. If you’re based in Shipley, call your nearest Yorkshire office to find out more.