The Enterprise Act 2002 streamlined procedures for Administration, Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) and Administrative Receivership, any of which could be utilised if a limited company is still capable of trading. We can advise the Insolvency Practitioners appointed or the creditors, directors and shareholders involved.
But what if there really is no choice but to wind up the affairs of a limited company? There are two types of liquidation; compulsory and voluntary and two types of voluntary liquidation; members or creditors. Again, we can advise the Liquidator appointed or the creditors, directors and shareholders concerned.
Compulsory liquidation is by order of the Court and we can assist with the process, prepare the Statutory Demand, Petition and advertisement and ensure all the formalities are dealt with and represent you at the Court hearing.
Excellent service. I would highly recommend using Paul Wild for divorce proceedings. He is friendly and great at explaining all the wording that courts like to use . You are greeted by a wonderful receptionist who makes you feel very relaxed in what was a very stressful time. Which helped a lot. Thank you .
Cannot fault the service at all. Charlotte Fox was extremely helpful and professional. Would not hesitate to use their services again.
When I needed fast and proficient advice for my redundancy package. I contacted Barrett and Co. I was not disappointed. I was seen the same day, just 2 hours after making a call to them. I was treated well and felt confident in their ability to handle my case. They fought for my rights and ensured I was given what I was due which was actually more than I was offered by my company (many thanks Mr Sadler). I can fully recommend this solicitors and I will be using them again in the future should I need any legal advice. Would recommend strongly.
Good firm as I used them for debt collection of significant six-figure sum. Well worth the money paid as it was a fraction of the amount owed. Justin Sadler handled the case for me. You get what you pay for.
I consulted Justin Sadler, of Barrett & Co, in respect of an Employment Law matter. I found he had an excellent knowledge of the subject area; and the outcome achieved, was more or less as he had indicated. I would therefore have no hesitation in highly recommending him. In addition, I found him to be most personable and it is so much easier to do business with someone you like as well as respecting their expertise.