The Maidstone office is headed up by Jon Beard, licensed insolvency practitioner and partner at Begbies Traynor. When facing any type of financial issues with your company, taking timely action is vital; the sooner you seek professional help, the more options will be open to you. This is why we offer a same-day appointment with one of our insolvency experts. During this initial meeting we will take the time to understand your situation, the circumstances which led up your current problems, and learn what it is you want from your company going forwards. From this position we can advise you on the most appropriate solution for you and your business.
This may mean restructuring your company’s liabilities, giving you more time to pay back the money you owe while allowing you to continue to trade; on the other hand you may have decided that you would prefer to walk away from your company for good. Whichever route you choose to take, we will be with you every step of the way providing support and assistance whenever you need it.
Our Maidstone office is one of a number in the south east with other Begbies Traynor locations at Brighton, Guildford, and Southend-on-Sea. You can contact any of our offices to arrange a consultation with an insolvency practitioner and take the first step towards getting your business back on track.
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