Being a director of a company comes with many benefits but also ultimate responsibility. If your company fails to fulfil its tax and super obligations, you are personally liable to repay the ATO.

Antunes Lawyers can help you respond to Director Penalty Notices in a timely and cost-effective manner.

If you have received a Director Penalty Notice you have 21 days to act, so it’s imperative to act quickly. Our legal team can help you determine the appropriate response to the ATO, whether that’s repaying the debts in full, negotiating a payment plan, or defending you against the claim.

Director Penalty Notices can be defended if we can identify that you didn’t take part in managing the company during the relevant period, you took reasonable steps to ensure that the company paid off these amounts, an administrator or small business practitioner was appointed to your company at the time, or the directors began winding up the company.

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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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