Personal insolvency can affect anyone.
- you may have recently lost your job and are now struggling to meet your financial obligations
- you may be self-employed in a business which is no longer provides you with the income stream required to service your debts
- you may be a professional who, if made bankrupt, is potentially in danger of losing your professional status which could affect your ability to generate an income stream in the longer term
Whatever your circumstances are, our personal insolvency team led by a qualified insolvency practitioner has the technical expertise and practical experience to help advise you on the best options available.
We can advise and provide tailored solutions in the following areas:
- Personal bankruptcy
- Protected trust deeds
- Debt Arrangement Scheme (DAS)
In addition, we can take up appointment as Judicial Factors to safeguard and administer the estates of individuals or partnerships and resolve problems such as disagreement, insolvency or misappropriation of funds.
Contact Colin Scott for more information on how we can help.