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Desperate times are here.

Given the complex nature of this area of law, timely and correct advice is vital.

Calls from creditors and debt collectors are increasing. Everyone wants a piece of you but there’s not enough to go around. If you’re a company director, the duties imposed upon you by law are numerous and varied. You knew that when you signed up. But you didn’t expect things to go south like they have.

Economic hardship is common place and even more so in recent times. The worst thing you can do is ignore what is going on if you're in such an unfortunate position. It will not go away on its own. It’s likely to get worse before it gets better, if indeed it gets better at all.

Sound advice from an insolvency lawyer or bankruptcy lawyer can make a big difference.

From advising individuals, small business owners, company directors or creditors to alternatively, acting for insolvency professionals (liquidators, receivers and administrators or trustees in bankruptcy), we have experience on all sides of the ledger.

Pre-insolvency advice

If you’re suffering financial difficulties, it’s not too late to speak with our team who can provide valuable advice on how to best protect your assets prior to any potential insolvency.


For anyone experiencing financial hardship we can offer practical advice on how to best navigate the issues that can arise. We will guide you through the process and ensure the best outcome possible.

For Shareholders

It’s important to know your rights and obligations as a shareholder in an insolvent company. We can provide valuable advice to let you know where you stand.

For creditors or suppliers

Liquidators have the ability to claw back preference payments and other voidable transactions. Seeking to wind up a company that owes you money is usually a last resort. Equally if a person owes you money, bankrupting them does not mean you will get paid. Call us for sound practical advice.

For company directors

We can help in defence of winding up applications, or alternatively, applying to the court to set aside statutory demands received from eager creditors. Liquidators have the ability to claw back what they consider are uncommercial loans and other voidable transactions. We can assist in defending such claims.

For insolvency professionals

We can assist in the pursuit of voidable transactions and advise on the conduct of bankruptcies, administrations and liquidations.

Call us today on 07 4721 0264