Annulling a bankruptcy is an attractive option for many Australians dealing with bankruptcy, but not all annulments are created equal. Antunes Lawyers can assess your individual circumstance to provide the best outcome possible.

Annulling a bankruptcy is a process that allows individuals to cancel a bankruptcy order and conclude proceedings before the usual three year time period. Our lawyers can determine whether annulment is a viable option for you.

There are three ways to annul a bankruptcy; paying off your debts in full, arranging an offer to creditors which provides an alternative arrangement to settle any debts (a composition), or by receiving an Order of the Court where the Court determines that your bankruptcy should not have occurred in the first place.

Each type of annulment carries varying legal consequences. Our role in annulling your bankruptcy is to assess your financial position and determine the validity of each annulment option, negotiate on your behalf with creditors, represent you in court, and help you to restructure your finances to avoid future bankruptcies.

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Managing Bankruptcy, Insolvency, and Restructuring, is made simpler with the help of Antunes Lawyers.

Our team of lawyers has unique experience in dealing with bankruptcy, insolvency, and restructuring from all angles. We’ve assisted business owners, creditors, debtors, investors, buyers, sellers, and trustees alike.

Whether you need help applying for bankruptcy, annulling bankruptcies, recovering debts, navigating corporate insolvency, managing voidable transactions, or responding to director penalty notices, our expert lawyers can guide you every step of the way.

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