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UK Liquidators is the number one provider of advice to company directors regarding corporate insolvency, liquidation and business recovery.
We benefit from a nationwide network of offices that stretch right across the country and each of those offices are staffed by hugely experienced insolvency practitioners. Our experts work with directors from across Midlands and if you’re based in or close to Telford then we can certainly be of assistance.
From Telford, the nearest UK Liquidators office is in central Birmingham, which is a regional base for us and home to some of the leading business advisors in the country. You can arrange a FREE and completely confidential consultation with us any time simply by calling your nearest office. We can meet with you at one of our offices or at any location of your choosing.
There are several different forms of liquidation and it’s important to understand the key differences, and to get advice from experts as soon as you can if your company is heading for insolvency or already in that position.
The most common form of liquidation in the UK is compulsory liquidation, which leaves company directors with no choice but to deal with a liquidation process. Any such scenario requires an investigation by the Official Receiver and is generally the end result of creditors pursuing companies that owe them money and appear unable to pay.
From a director’s perspective, it is usually better to take control of an insolvency process and to enter your business into liquidation, if you deem it the only way forward, rather than to wait for a compulsory liquidation to happen anyway. You can take matters into your own hands as a director and enter a Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation (CVL), about which UK Liquidators have a wealth of knowledge and expertise.
Another form of liquidation is intended really for companies that are solvent and is referred to as a Members’ Voluntary Liquidation (MVL).
Regardless of your situation or the prospects for you company, if you’re a director whose business is struggling and you need advice, UK Liquidators should be your next call.