Insolvency law for businesses & individuals

Our specialist team of insolvency lawyers work with individuals and businesses covering the full range of the insolvency spectrum. Whether the debts involved are consumer debts, trading liabilities, unpaid tax and VAT or winding up on the grounds of public interest, our expert lawyers can help you.

For advice on anything regarding insolvency law call our specialist team on 0203 816 9303 or complete our online enquiry form today.

Our solicitors are industry leaders in providing the best in legal advice and representation, that’s why we’ve won the Law Firm of the Year award at the 360 Legal Awards twice. With over 400 staff nationwide, we have expert solicitors ready to help you in our branches in Altrincham, Manchester, Leigh, London, Wigan, St Helens and Bolton.

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Insolvency law for individuals

Our insolvency lawyers can assist with negotiations with creditors to reach a repayment plan on an informal basis or via an individual voluntary arrangement. We have considerable expertise in advising individuals on bankruptcy and the implications for the debtor themselves and any none bankrupt spouse. In addition we can assist with personal guarantees and the implications of none payment. Interim and final charging orders can also form part of enforcement action by creditors and again our solicitors can advise on the implications of such actions and challenge where appropriate, keeping your best interests in mind at all times.

Insolvency law for businesses

Our experienced insolvency lawyers work with businesses of all sizes in a wide range of sectors providing clarity and advice on formal insolvency procedures tailored to our clients. Whether your business is facing a winding up petition, creditor pressure or just looking to restructure - our solicitors have the expertise to advise on the solution which best fits your business. 

Insolvency law for practitioners

Our specialist lawyers can provide guidance to insolvency practitioners carrying out individual or commercial insolvency related legal work for both creditors and debtors. Stephensons work with insolvency practitioners issuing winding up petitions, bankruptcy petitions, debt collection and administration orders. Our lawyers are frequently assessed and trained on all areas of insolvency legislation in order to maintain our leading position in the market. We have built up strong relationships with a large number of insolvency practitioners supporting them and their clients on a range of legal and regulatory issues. Our solicitors are ready to offer legal assistance on any concerns you may have on a case, advice on resolving a dispute, applications for insolvency or advising your client. 

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