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What Next

After signing up on our site these are the steps to put your company into liquidation:

Client Portal
You will receive a welcome email from us providing you with a link to our online portal. You will enter all the relevant information we need to prepare the paperwork for the liquidation. This will include information about the company’s assets and creditors.

We will prepare all of the documentation which is legally required to place the company into liquidation. This includes the Statement of Affairs, the documents for the members’ meeting and the creditors’ decision procedure.

Sign Documents
All documents are then electronically signed by you.

We write to all shareholders and creditors providing them notice that the company is due to be placed into liquidation.

Members’ Meeting and Creditors’ Decision
This is the date that the company will enter liquidation. In most cases, there is no requirement to attend any meetings either in person or on the phone.

The company is now in liquidation. We will carry out all legally required duties as liquidators. We aim to complete the liquidation within 3 to 6 months and can then issue the final report to members and creditors. The company is then dissolved.

Get started with your liquidation

Once you have signed up, we will handle all matters, such as dealing with suppliers, employees, customers, HMRC and others.

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We can contact suppliers who are pressing for payment.

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We can make any redundancies that are needed and help staff to claim wages from the government

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We can ask HMRC’s debt recovery team to stop any recovery and enforcement action

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One of our experienced team will assist you with all matters in the liquidation is a regulated insolvency practice

Our liquidators are authorised by the Insolvency Practitioners Association and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. We are not an intermediary, broker or sales company.