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.
Get in Touch
For further information, please contact Justin Sadler or Martin Reynolds– who advise on a broad range of property and commercial matters including business sales and acquisitions, commercial property and high value residential transactions- by telephone on; 0118 958 9711 or email to [email protected] or [email protected].
Great service and brilliant advice, value for money. Justin Sadler help me with employment law issues. Justin was very supportive and really help me understand a difficult situation. I would highly recommend him & Barrett & Co.
I would definitely recommend Charlotte (I was getting a document witnessed). She was polite, professional and very efficient. Would use again.
I had a general conveyancing query and needed a second opinion. The response was so quick and the reply was really informative with a surprising amount of detail, but delivered in plain English (no legal jargon) that even I could understand. If I could start this whole buying and selling process again I’d have gone with Barrett and Co rather than the solicitors I’ve gone with.
Thank you Charlotte for the help and advice you gave us. The work was carried out quickly and efficiently and our meetings with you were a pleasure. I would certainly suggest Barrett and Co if asked for a recommendation.
Barrett and Co has been our family solicitors for over 20 years for various legal matters, including, immigration, purchasing properties, tenancy disputes, wills and recently employment related matters. This includes our extended family too. We would without any hesitation recommend Barrett and Co and in particular, Justin Sadler and his team for legal matters. Very helpful team of solicitors, knowledgable, friendly and understanding. On every occasion, from the initial contact to the resolution, it’s always a pleasure to work with them and no complaints at all. Easy to contact, updates where needed and the charges are well explained and reasonable too. Even though we live in Ascot, we find it easy to do most of the paperwork remotely and only visit the branch when it’s absolutely necessary. Thanks again and a very happy client.
I would definitely recommend Barrett and co-solicitors to anyone! I recently engaged Charlotte Fox to get a will put together and I must say that Charlotte made it an fast, effortless and painless process for me.. pricing was very competitive and I received regular communication and some great advice from her that ensured the will represented exactly what I needed. I have used other solicitors in Caversham in the past and I must say my experience with Barrett and co has been the best by far.
I found these solicitors very helpful in drawing up my will. First class service and a pleasure to deal with.
Not having spoken with Solicitors for many years we viewed our visit to Barrett and Co. with some trepidation but were completely put as ease by both Charlotte's with the advice and understanding given by them when requiring advice on changing our Wills and other associated matters. These matters were discussed thoroughly with ourselves throughout and completed very promptly. We would certainly recommend their services and have no hesitation in using them again, should the need arise.