Whether you are looking at closing your company or want to explore every possible avenue to rescue your business, seeking expert help and guidance is vital. With over 30 years’ experience of assisting companies of all size through their most stressful times, Jason Greenhalgh is perfectly placed to help you understand the range of options which are out there.
With over 70 offices across the UK, including several core locations in the North West, arranging a face to face appointment with one of our insolvency specialists is the best place to start. The sooner you begin to deal with the problems your company is facing, the more options will be open to you. It is only by understanding the range of potential solutions out there that you can decide what is the best route for you going forwards.
The Birkenhead office is one of several shared office locations where you can arrange a free independent meeting with Jason and his team. A face-to-face appointment is the best way to gain an understanding as to the options which you may wish to consider. These options range from restructuring your company’s financials through a CVA or Administration process, through to a formal liquidation procedure should this be the most appropriate route forward.
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