Personal Insolvency & Bankruptcy

If you are worried about your financial position as a result of a failed business, bad investment or personal guarantee, we can help.

Our Insolvency Lawyers can provide you with practical advice and assistance to help you overcome the stress and implications of personal insolvency.

How We Help

Our experienced Insolvency Lawyers can provide you with practical advice and assistance to help you overcome the stress and implications of personal insolvency.

We will assess your circumstances and help you to develop a strategy for dealing with Creditors and avoiding Bankruptcy, where possible. Where demands are being made, or Court proceedings have been commenced against you, we can liaise with your Creditors and endeavour to negotiate favourable outcomes for all concerned.

Where your personal financial circumstances are dire or your Creditors are uncompromising we can advise you in relation to your options under the Bankruptcy Act including available alternatives to Bankruptcy such as Debt Agreements and Personal Insolvency Agreements.

Bankruptcy & Personal Insolvency

Bankruptcy and personal insolvency often cause people huge amount of stress, but it doesn’t have to be this way. If you are being chased by creditors that you simply cannot afford to pay or if you have been served with a Bankruptcy Notice or Creditors petition it’s important to seek advice without delay.

Where your persoanl financial circumstances are dire or your creditors arer uncompromising, we can advise you in relation to your options under the Bankruptcy Act including available alternatives to Bankruptcy such as a Debt Agreement and Personal Insolvency Agreements.

Creditor’s Petitions for Bankruptcy

Most Creditor’s Petitions for Bankruptcy are made in reliance upon a person’s failure to comply with a Bankruptcy Notice within 21 days. If you have received a Bankruptcy Notice and wish to avoid Bankruptcy do not delay, call now and speak to one of our experienced Insolvency Lawyers.

The Real Reason for Insolvency

This is an important question, the answer to which must always be carefully considered.

Often the real reason for insolvency is because a person received poor or negligent advice about a business transaction or investment or was misled into signing an agreement or guarantee.

If this is the case we can assess whether you have an available defense to a creditor’s claim or a claim against a third party that may lead to compensation to enable you to avoid Bankruptcy.

Call now to speak to an experienced Insolvency Lawyer