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Healys Insolvency team acts for insolvency practitioners, directors, lenders and other stakeholders on a wide range of insolvency issues for both companies and individuals. We act on all formal insolvency procedures and provide advice on the options available where a company or individual is not yet in formal insolvency. We also assist creditors in enforcing their debts by the most effective means.

We understand the need for quick and succinct advice when insolvency and recovery issues arise and we pride ourselves in offering comprehensive advice in an approachable and commercial manner. This allows our clients to take the most appropriate action to protect themselves, their business or their assets, where possible. Our trusted team works with small, medium and large clients to find their way around the complexities of the legal system whilst aiming to achieve their objectives with a commercial and professional approach.

Our team can give advice on a wide range of matters including:

  • Administrations
  • Compulsory Liquidations
  • Creditors Voluntary Liquidations
  • Receiverships
  • Bankruptcy
  • Company, partnership and individual voluntary arrangements
  • Director disqualification
  • Regulatory issues
  • Investigating, pursuing and defending claims
  • Asset recovery and misfeasance proceedings
  • Litigation funding
  • Fraud and asset tracing

For further information on our services please contact the team on 020 7822 4000 / 01273 685 888 or email

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