Companies that are both solvent and insolvent can be wound up in a number of ways. If you are a director, a secured creditor or an unsecured creditor of a company and wish to wind up the company or have been served with a winding up application for your company, contact our team of corporate insolvency specialists who can help you understand:

  1. Whether the company is solvent or insolvent;
  2. Methods for winding up a solvent company;
  3. Methods for winding up an insolvent company;
  4. Whether the director of the company is personally liable;
  5. Your rights and obligations in corporate insolvency; and
  6. Appropriate insolvency arrangements to wind up a company.

Our team of corporate insolvency specialists work closely with liquidators and receivers and will approach your corporate insolvency matter in a client friendly, outcomes-based and timely manner.

We appreciate that the decision to wind up a company is not one that is made lightly as it can have a severe impact on a company, director, creditors and related parties.

How we help directors

If you are a director that wants to wind up your company, contact Antunes Lawyers so that we can:

  • Determine whether your company is insolvent;
  • Advise you in respect to the methods for winding up the company;
  • Review and analyse the financial obligations and conduct of the company;
  • Identify any risks of winding up the company;
  • Propose a business or financial restructure to prevent or mitigate the winding up of future companies;
  • Respond to allegations concerning breaches of directors duties; and
  • Represent you in bringing or defending a claim in a court or tribunal.

How we help creditors

If you are a creditor that wants to wind up a company, contact Antunes Lawyers so that we can:

  • Reviewing and analysing the facts and circumstances surrounding your matter and advising as to the best methods to recover any outstanding monies or wind up a company;
  • Determine whether the director of the company has breached their directors duties;
  • Enforcing any registered security interests as a secured creditor;
  • Facilitating a commercial resolution through informal and formal negotiation; and
  • Assist you manage your debt recovery process through our unique and automated debt recovery facility so that you don’t need to engage lawyers to chase down future debts.

Talk to one of our expert lawyers today.