Members voluntary liquidation (MVL)

It is not just struggling businesses which fall into liquidation sometimes solvent businesses come to a natural end and the most appropriate solution is to wind the business up. Stephensons has supported many businesses through a members voluntary liquidation, which is designed to wind up the company affairs and distribute surplus funds and assets amongst shareholders. 

Our specialist solicitors can provide you with the guidance and advice right from the outset, establishing if members voluntary liquidation is the best solution for your business and provide support when appointing a liquidator. 

For more information or if you need advice entering into voluntary liquidation speak to our advisers on 0203 816 9303, alternatively please complete one of our online enquiry forms and a member of the team will contact you directly to discuss your situation

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