Corporate Insolvency and Restructuring

When a company is unable to meet its financial liabilities, it is at risk of insolvency. The insolvency process helps resolve unpaid debts between individuals, companies and their creditors. However, this can open the door to serious disagreements with stakeholders, shareholders, banks and insolvency practitioners, and it is crucial to get specialist legal advice to help navigate the waters.

Whether you are the director, shareholder or employee of a company that is struggling to meet its financial liabilities or represent a business that is currently dealing with an insolvent company, Berlad Graham LLP’s commercial dispute resolution solicitors can advise you on the best course of action.

If you are looking for advice and guidance on corporate insolvency and restructuring issues and want to discuss your next steps, please call Berlad Graham LLP today on 0330 175 5655.

Corporate Insolvency Litigation Solicitors

Our commercial dispute resolution team can advise on the full range of contentious insolvency matters, including:

  • Administrations.
  • Bankruptcy.
  • Liquidations.
  • Provisional Liquidations.
  • Claims by Insolvency Practitioners.
  • Statutory demands and Winding-up Petitions.
  • Voluntary Arrangements.
  • Fraudulent Trading.
  • Investor and Shareholder Disputes.
  • Asset Recovery.

Berlad Graham LLP can help advise companies wishing to start insolvency proceedings against debtors for monies they are owed and can also assist any businesses facing bankruptcy proceedings against them.

There are certain procedures that must be followed in each instance, and we strongly recommend that anyone finding themselves in this situation seeks legal advice at the earliest opportunity. To speak to one of our experienced corporate insolvency litigators, please call 0330 175 5655 or email

Company Insolvency Restructuring Lawyers Near Me

If you believe a debtor has other creditors, you can start Winding Up Proceedings against a company or Bankruptcy Proceedings against an individual to give you the opportunity to receive payment.

You can commence insolvency action in the first instance by sending a draft Winding Up Petition to a company or a Statutory Demand to an individual. Often, many cases are settled at this stage without further insolvency proceedings being required.

Berlad Graham LLP’s specialist insolvency solicitors can guide you through exactly what the process involves and will be there to help you every step of the way, acting and liaising on your behalf.

Corporate Insolvency and Restructuring Solicitors Uxbridge

To speak to our friendly, experienced, professional corporate insolvency and restructuring lawyers in Uxbridge today, please call 0330 175 5655 or email